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Severe tonsillitis, taken penicillin shot, metrogyl, LPV, phenoxymethylpenicillin, feels sick, vomiting. How to get relief?

I am suffering from c and after going to the dr he gave me a penicillin shot and has prescribed metrogyl 400 and LPV 500 phenoxymethl penicillin tablets as well as codlin forte. I have to take the LPV before food and the others soon after but am finding (because I m not hungry and am trying to have something to have the tablets) that I feeling really sick and vomitting . I don t know if it s all the tablets making me feel sicker or the tonsillitis ? What can I do to make me feel better?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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Generally metrogyl causes a metallic taste in mouth and may cause vomiting therefore you should meet your doctor for considering changing your antibiotics. You should avoid spicy and oily food and take plenty of liquids , it will help!
Answered: Mon, 24 Mar 2014
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