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When should I call my doctor about problems with phenoxymethylpenicillin?

Phenoxymethylpenicillin is the British Approved Names (BAN) designation for penicillin, which is a United States Accepted Names (USAN) designation. You may experience an upset stomach or diarrhea when taking penicillin. These should go away after a while, but if they do not, get in touch with your doctor. Call your doctor immediately if you have a skin rash, vaginal infection, hives or itching. Call 911 if you experience wheezing, problems breathing or swallowing.

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