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What problems can occur with an intravenous solution of ampicillin?

If you are taking ampicillin through intravenous solution, there is a risk of catheter-related infection (an infection at the point of contact in your vein or on your skin). If there is a mechanical problem with the intravenous solution such as a blockage, contact your doctor or health care provider immediately. Be sure to take your medication regularly, using the correct dosage. Any changes can result in your infection getting worse.

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