Augmentin Without Prescriptions
(Amoxicillin / Clavulanate )
Augmentin belongs to Penicillin group of antibiotics and successfully fights the bacteria-infused infections: sinusitis, ear infections, bronchitis, pneumonia, skin infections as well as urinary tract infections etc.
250/125mg 500/125mg 750/250mg
Cephalexin belongs to Cephalosporin Antibiotics and is applied to cure bacterial infections by destroying bacteria and/or stopping their further growth and development.
Flagyl is an antibiotic drug taken orally, which represents the synthetic version and can be used for treatment of such infections as T. vaginalis, trichomoniasis etc.
The antibiotic named Minocin is applicable to treat bacterial infections, such as typhus fever, Q fever, tick fever, RTIs, trachoma conjunctivitis, cholera and many others.
Cipro is indicated for administration in cases when the infection is resulted from susceptible isolates of particular bacteria e.g. acute cystitis, complicated urinary tract infection and others.
1000mg 250mg 500mg 750mg
Biaxin is an antibiotic that is available in tablet and oral suspension form and can deal with such infections as strep throat, Lyme disease, infections affecting skin, pneumonia, H. pylori infection and others.
Zagam (also known as Sparfloxacin) is applicable for adults over 18 years old, who are diagnosed with bacterial infections, which have resulted from susceptible strains of the specific microorganisms.
Zithromax belongs to macrolide antibacterial medications, treats moderate to mild infections resulted from susceptible strains of certain bacteria.
100mg 250mg 500mg
Macrobid is a highly effective antibiotic medicine that acts on bacteria by inhibiting the synthesis in cell walls and killing the infection.
Sumycin is an antibiotic that is applied for treatment of various bacterial infections of intestines, skin, urinary and respiratory tracts, lymph nodes, genitals etc.
Bactrim is a well-known antibiotic applied in cases of infections of ears and urinary tract, traveller's diarrhoea, shigellosis, bronchitis, and Pneumocystis Jiroveci Pneumonia.