Amoxil (amoxicillin) is an efficient medicine used for the treatment of bacteria-induced infections, including urinary tract infections and skin infections. It can be combined with other drugs to treat H. pylori and can be prescribed to prevent anthrax. Amoxil is FDA pregnancy category B - it is not expected to do any harm to an unborn baby. However, it is not known for sure whether this medicine can pass into breast milk, so caution is advised. Discuss your treatment with your health care provider to make sure you will benefit from taking Amoxil as much as possible. Tell your doctor if you have asthma, liver disease, a history of diarrhea caused by antibiotics, blood clotting disorder, kidney disease, mononucleosis, or if you have a history of an allergic reaction to dicloxacillin, penicillin, oxacillin, or ampicillin. It's very important that you discuss with you health care provider all the possible side effects and be ready to report any of the following serious ones: severe skin rash, seizures, hives, excessive tiredness, yellowing of the skin or eyes, unusual bleeding or bruising, and pale skin. The serious side effects mentioned are rare but sometimes can occur in patients taking Amoxil.