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What should I know about Bicillin L-A Injectable Tubex before using it?

Bicillin L-A Tubex is the drug product packeged in a specific patented syringe called a Tubex syringe. You should not use Bicillin L-A if you are allergic to penicillin or to cephalosporin antibiotics. Talk to your doctor before using Bicillin L-A if you have kidney disease or asthma. Talk to your doctor before using Bicillin L-A  if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

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