Buy Augmentin online

Augmentin is a popular antibiotic that is used by many people to treat various kinds of bacterial infections in the body. Augmentin is a composition of amoxicillin and clavulanate potassium and is classified as penicillin.


Augmentin is basically amoxicillin and clavulanate combined and working together. However, there are other inactive ingredients which make up the various dosage forms of Augmentin. For instance, tablets include magnesium stearate, polyethylene glycol, titanium dioxide, colloidal silicon dioxide, microcrystalline cellulose, and sodium starch glycolate.

Every Augmentin tablet has 0.63 mEq potassium. Chewable tablets have colloidal silicon dioxide, glycine, magnesium stearate, D&C Yellow No.10, flavorings, sodium saccharin, aspartame, and FD&C Red No.40. Powder for oral suspension includes xanthan gum, flavorings, silicon dioxide, aspartame, succinic acid, sodium saccharin, mannitol, and silica gel.

Pharmacological Action

Amoxicillin and Clavulanate make-up Augmentin which helps this drug to effectively execute its role of fighting bacteria. Clavulanate potassium is a salt of clavulanic acid that acts as a beta-lactamase inhibitor that stops certain kinds of bacteria from developing resistance to amoxicillin.


Before you buy Augmentin, you should know what this drug is indicated for. As a penicillin-class antibacterial, Augmentin treats:

  • Pneumonia;
  • Sinusitis;
  • Urinary tract infections;
  • Ear infections;
  • Lower respiratory tract infections;
  • Skin infections;
  • Acute bacterial otitis media.

Note Augmentin cannot be used for treating viral infections such as flu and the common cold.

Mode of Indication, Dosage and Treatment Duration

Augmentin medication should be consumed in accordance with the doctor’s presrciptions. Ideally, this medicine should be consumed every 8-12 hours according to the prescription. The pill should be swallowed whole but can be broken into two halves and taken at the same time. The best time to take Augmentin is when you’re about to eat food to lower the chances of having an upset stomach. For the liquid dose, use a proper measuring cup or spoon to take the accurate dose. Entire medication should be completed even if you start to feel better. Treatment duration often depends on the nature of the infection, but many people begin to feel relief after a few days of medication.

Augmentin Side Effects

Just like any other drug, Augmentin has side effects which vary from one user to another. To date, common symptoms associated with this medicine include:

  • Diarrhea;
  • Skin rashes or hives;
  • Nausea or vomiting;
  • Vaginitis;
  • Headache;
  • Stomach discomfort;
  • White patches in the mouth or throat.

You should seek the immediate medical help if you have the following symptoms:

  • Dark colored urine;
  • High fever;
  • Severe stomach pains;
  • Breathing difficulties;
  • Severe skin reaction;
  • Jaundice;
  • Weakness and confusion;
  • Little or no urination.


Before commencing Augmentin medication, you should take the necessary precautions. Do not consume this drug if you experience any of the following conditions:

  • You have the allergy to Amoxicillin and Clavulanate potassium;
  • You suffer from kidney disease or you are undergoing dialysis;
  • Allergic to penicillin or cephalosporin antibiotics such as Ceftin, Amoxil, Omnicef, Cefzil, and Moxatag among others;
  • Liver disease history;
  • Mononucleosis;
  • If you’re pregnant as Augmentin can cause complications;
  • You are consuming birth control pills – this medication may reduce the effectiveness of these pills;
  • You are currently breastfeeding.

Drug Interaction

There are different types of medication that can either improve or lower the effect of Augmentin. Inform the doctor if you’re using or have recently used the following drugs:

  • Birth control pills;
  • Probenecid;
  • Blood-thinning medication such as Warfarin, Jantoven, and Coumadin;
  • Allopurinol.

On the other hand, there are drugs that can interact with amoxicillin and clavulanate potassium and they include vitamins, herbal products, certain prescription, and over-the-counter medicines. Talk to your doctor to find out more about the specific interactions.