I have bought them once before actually for my fish when they had a bacterial infection. And I started to get a UTI once and my doctor couldnt see me for a few day and I wasn't about to go to the ER so I took some for a few days and it was starting to clear up but Amoxacillin isn't the best for UTI but it helped keep it in check until I could see my doctor.
fish mox – Countryside Pet Supply
ABYnot, the notion that human amoxi. is more expensive than fish-mox is incorrect. generic human prescription amoxi costs $4.00 at walmart/target/etc. for thirty 500mg pills. you will NOT find equiv. dosage fishmox for under $15.00 - $20.00. furthermore, the notion that the medical industry, especially pharmaceuticals, prices their products based on the cost of materials/ manufacturing/ distribution is way off. pharm industry will make/distribute a pill for .002 cents and sell it for 1.99 if they can... and the industry often get away with it. product profit margins are so great in this industry because sales price has nothing to do w/ cost like it does in many industries. however, enough generic antibiotics have flooded the market that it is a competitive enough 'MARKET' for costs to actually be represented in the price. that is why u can pick up pills for pennies.
Fish Mox Forte (Amoxicillin) 500mg (100 capsules) | FishMox
yes. they are the same exact pill. as long as you buy them from the USA; you are taking exactly the same thing be it dogs, humans, fish, birds, and so on. The FDA requires that pills with the same "number" and "color" not be marketed as anything else. BECAUSE if you accidentally take one, your dog does, you baby, or whatever... when you call the poison control center they need to be able to identify what was ingested. I have taken Pill form and capsule. Even the capsule had the code WC 731 for amoxicillin.
They call them things like "Fish-mox", "Fish-pen", etc
Therefore, it’s important to accumulate antibiotics. I have told you about my experiences as an aquacukturist (tilapia at present) and the availability of aquatic and avian antibiotics that can be used to treat your sick “fish” in times of trouble. The classic example I have used is Fish-Mox (Amoxicillin 250mg) and Fish-Mox Forte (Amoxicillin 500mg). Some of you may have purchased some for your medical supplies, but do you know when and how to use this medication?Fish Mox Forte® (Amoxicillin Trihydrate) from Thomas Labs is a broad-spectrum antibiotic that controls gram-positive and some gram-negative bacteria in fish. It works by halting the multiplication of bacteria associated with both fresh and salt water ornamental fish diseases. This fish antibiotic is useful for control of some common bacterial diseases in fish including Dropsy, Fin Rot, Red Pest, and diseases caused by bacteria such as Aeromonas, Pseudomonas, and Mycobacterial (Gill diseases and Chondrococcus).