Amoxicillin is a penicillin antibiotic that fights bacteria. Amoxicillin is used to treat many different types of infection caused by bacteria, such as tonsillitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, gonorrhea, and infections of the ear, nose, throat, skin, or urinary tract. Amoxicillin is also sometimes used together with another antibiotic called clarithromycin (Biaxin) to treat stomach ulcers caused by Helicobacter pylori infection. This combination is sometimes used with a stomach acid reducer called lansoprazole (Prevacid). There are many brands and forms of amoxicillin available and not all brands are listed on this leaflet.
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Amoxicillin 200mcg $119.02 - $0.66 Per pill
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Amoxicillin 50mcg $47.11 - $0.52 Per pill
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You’ve tried absolutely everything.Â You’ve checked the bum, the clothes, tried to feed them, burp them, checked to see if they are too hot, too cold, too something… and you just CAN’T figure it out.Â And the crying seems to never end, it’s been going on for days and you are just so damn tired.Â You are at the point of no return, ready to step off that plank and into the deepest part of the ocean because you feel like taking one step more would break you.
Then to top it off, you’ve tried one baby carrier, two, three.Â Heck you’ve tried so many, that you feel you could write a Dr. Seuss book that goes something like one sling, two slings, red sling, blue sling. If you have gone down that list of things that might be wrong backwards, forwards, and sideways, and they are still crying, it is not your fault.
Some babies just cry more than others. Take a deep BREATH.Â Because when you have a baby that’s been crying, crying, crying, and you can’t solve the issue right here, right now, it’s time to focus on YOU.Â It’s time to take care of yourself.
REMEMBER who you are.Â We all had likes and dislikes before becoming parents, ways that we used to successfully cope with stress and it’s time to pull some of those out of your hat.Â Maybe you like music.Â Who cares if it’s suitable for children, if you like it, if you will be happy listening to it – for a song, for three songs, heck for the entire collection, then do it.
Get out of the house.Â When you feel overwhelmed and stuck, when things feel so big, start moving.Â Try mommy & parenting groups.Â If they aren’t your thing, join a walking club, get in the car for a drive, take a bus ride, slap on your headphones and go for a walk (walks are nicer if you can’t hear the crying as much).
Reach out.Â Go down your entire contact list, go down your entire friends list and start messaging all of them. Heck, tell them all the same story – they aren’t going to be comparing notes.Â And if you feel like you’re being a pain, then BE A PAIN. Invite them over, ask them to take the baby for an hour or two, get your partner involved while you go for a walk on your own.
GET help. None of us can move through life alone.
Especially if you are feeling so frustrated that you want to just shake that baby, or completely shut down and leave it in another room.Â Your goal right now is just to find a way through this moment.Â Get the help you need to move from this moment, to the next moment, and to the one beyond that. Find out what you need. Take care of yourself. DO whatever you need to do to find your equilibrium.
And pretty soon you’ll be saying, “Hey, look at me. I coped.”
Baby carriers are just a tool.Â There’s no magic in them and they won’t solve anything in and of themselves.Â But if you can move through one moment to the next, pretty soon you too will have your magical unicorn pixie dust shot.