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Comment from: april62blb, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: December 07

I think I am having a reaction to amoxicillin. I had to take 4 the day of my teeth cleaning last week because I had neck surgery and now have to take antibiotics prior to cleanings. Inside of my mouth is swollen and itchy and my tongue is highly irritated. I feel like I have chipmunk cheeks.

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