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Penicillin G benzathine injectable suspension (Bicillin L-A) is an antibiotic prescribed to treat upper respiratory infection, STDs like syphilis, jaws, beje. and pinta. Penicillin G also is prescribed to prevent rheumatic fever (chorea). Side effects, drug interactions, dosage, storage, and pregnancy safety information should be reviewed prior to using this medicaiton.

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Terms related to penicillin g benzathine-injection:

  • Bicillin L-A
  • G, Penicillin