Unrest effect of Amoxicillin

We have 760 consumer reports for Amoxicillin. Unrest effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Unrest side effect for Amoxicillin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
137.95
188.5

Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
6′

Average age
45
39

Amoxicillin Circle Diagram 9 consumers of 760 reported about Unrest

  1. Audrea W. Delaney says:
    3.0 rating

    Amoxicillin for Bronchitis (acute)

    I had a strange inner turmoil already at the beginning of the intake, which almost increased to panic. In addition, there was nausea, palpitations (especially in the morning) and a general malaise. The brochitis, which was the reason for taking, was clearly in the background, while the suspected side effects tied me to the bed. Now, taking the last tablet is just over a week ago and I am still suffering from back pain, muscle aches, nausea and general malaise. Interestingly, I had similar after effects after taking cefuroxime, which is why I have never taken again. This also happens with amoxicillin, I find very strange, since I have always tolerated the remedy since my childhood …

  2. John K. Hodge says:
    4.0 rating

    I have been suffering from recurring panic attacks since I was 14 years old. However, I’m so well prepared for medication that I almost never have symptoms. When I had to take Amoxicillin because of a trivial folliculitis, I already had sensory disturbances, panic attacks, sweats and extreme inner restlessness on the first night (after the second 500mg tablet that day). My last dose is almost 48 hours ago and I still have some of the symptoms.

    Side effects: Unrest; Sweats
  3. Melody T. Allen says:
    3.5 rating

    Amoxicillin for Helicobacter pylori gastritis

    All the time restlessness, chills, lack of appetite, drowsiness. Am after taking a totally different person. One week after taking it is already over, the side effects are still there. I’m terrible. I can not do anything anymore I’m just lying around, just so I can survive the day, with sleep!

    Side effects: Chills; Unrest; Anorexia