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On Amox for tooth access, severe cramping, bleeding, clotting every time. Can antibiotics make me start early?

I m not pregnant, not sexually active and not on the pill . I am on Amox 500mg 4 a day four 7 days for a tooth abcess and started my period 15 days early with severe cramping which is not normal for me, although I do suffer from extreme bleeding and clotting every time! I know antibiotics mess with birth control but that s not an issue. Can antibiotics make me start early?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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you have got your periods 15 days early this time..
you were on the course of antibiotics for the tooth abscess..
the amoxicillin is not known to cause menstrual irregularities..
the stress you were going through, due to tooth abscess can cause hormonal irregularities..can cause menstrual irregularities..
so relax, and do yoga, meditation and walking..
if it recurs, then see your gynaecologist for the investigation and management..
Answered: Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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