Trimox is a type of penicillin used in the treatment of bacterial infections. This type of drug is effective by killing and preventing the growth of bacteria in your body.
Trimox can be taken orally as a pill or taken through an injection into the body, depending on what your doctor has prescribed.
Common side effects associated with Trimox include diarrhea, headaches, vaginal itching or discharge and white patches in the mouth/tongue.
Some of the more severe side effects associated with this type of medication include fast or irregular breathing, fever, joint pain, fainting, hives and swelling of the face. If you are experiencing any of the more severe side effects, get emergency help immediately.
Trimox may occasionally be prescribed for other uses, as suggested by your doctor.