How to treat Gonorrhea 2019
Amoxicillin with clavunalate potassium (augmentin) is an antibiotic of the penicillin family used to treat gonorrhea ad other infections.
In some places, however Gonorrhea is now resistant to this drug. it is much more effective for some infections than Amoxicillin alone but it is expensive and often hard to find outside of rich countries.
Unfortunately, clavulanate potassium cannot be purchased by itself and combined with regular amoxicillin.
In what forms does this medicine comes?
This medicine comes in tablets and liquid forms.
Tablets: 125,200,250,400,500 and 875mg
Liquid: 125,200,250, and 400mg per 5ml.
How much to take and when to take:
For Gonorrhea: take three (3) grams of amoxicillin with clavulanate potassium (augmetin) plus 1 gram of probenecid, 1 time only.
Who should not take this Medicine?
Do not use or take if you are allergic to medicines of the penicillin family e.g penicillin, amoxicillin, ampicillin etc.