US$ 0.79

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30 Capsules US$ 0.79 US$ 23.57
60 Capsules US$ 0.79 US$ 47.13
90 Capsules US$ 0.79 US$ 70.71



SKU 1312
US Brand Name Omnipen 500 mg
Strength 500 mg
Generic Name Ampicillin

Campicillin Plus 500 mg capsules are used to treat infections that are caused by certain bacteria. It has active Ampicillin, which fights and stops the growth of many types of bacteria. It effectively treats bacterial infections of the ear, throat, skin, soft tissues, urinary tract, and typhoid fever. Antibiotic medicine usually makes you feel better within a few days, but you should continue taking it as prescribed even if you feel better. Being a penicillin antibiotic, Ampicillin works by stopping the multiplication by preventing bacteria from forming cell walls that surround them. Most bacteria cannot survive without the cell wall. The antibiotic drug is especially effective against E. coli, H. Influenza, Shigella, Salmonella, N. Gonorrhoea, and certain streptococci stains.

Take Ampicillin Plus 500 mg capsules as directed by your doctor. Make sure you do not make any changes to your dosing regimen. Take the antibiotic drug exactly as told by your doctor. Carefully read the prescription, call your doctor if you have any doubt about drug usage. Avoid skipping doses. Ampicillin may make you feel better after one or two days, but that does not mean you will stop the medicine. Be sure to complete the treatment course; otherwise, the infection will not clear completely. Antacids could reduce the effectiveness of your Campicillin 500 mg. If you must take antacids, take them at least an hour or two after Ampicillin capsules.

Let your doctor know if you have a history of allergic reactions to similar antibiotics such as penicillin V, amoxicillin, sultamicillin, cloxacillin, or other penicillin antibiotics. Also, inform you are allergic to cephalosporins antibiotics such as cefuroxime, cephalexin, or cefaclor. 

If your doctor has directed you to use Campicillin Plus 500 mg, your doctor may already be aware of any possible drug interactions and may be monitoring you for them. Do not make any changes in your dosing regimen.  

Simultaneous use of birth control pills may cause an increased risk of breakthrough bleeding and reduce your contraceptive pill's effectiveness. Concomitant use of allopurinol may cause an increased risk of skin rash. The use of Probenecid increases blood levels. Therefore, it is best to take Ampicillin for either an hour or two following a maximum absorption meal. Other antibiotic drugs increase disulfiram and anticoagulant effects. This antibiotic medication may also reduce the effect of BCG live vaccine and typhoid live vaccine.

Campicillin 500 mg is considered safe during pregnancy, but it is always best to inform your doctor about your pregnancy when you visit your doctor to get an Ampicillin prescription. The antibiotic medication is excreted in breast milk and may cause diarrhea or allergic responses in nursing babies. If this antibiotic medication is used during pregnancy, the doctor should determine the risks and benefits before giving this drug to the mother.

Upset gastrointestinal, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, exfoliative dermatitis, fever, seizures, and interstitial nephritis are commonly reported side effects of Campicillin Plus 500 mg. Some people may also experience electrolyte imbalance, neuromuscular issues, and pseudomembranous colitis as well.

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