This is where I am right now. Undermined, in fever; with a list of contents printed in only Hungarian. Thank god we have internet!
Update 2013/01/03: since this post has international hits every day I'll answer the question:
There is a chance that the effect of your antibiotic will be affected by the simultaneous intake of orange juice. Did you read the list of contents? 100% you will find the answer in there. You probaly made this search because you heard something about fruit juice being dangerous with some drugs. Yes, it is not advised to take medication in general with grape fruit juice, as this may block a step in the degradation progress ultimately leading to high concentrations of the drug in the blood - this is toxic and some cases lead to death. There are other common antibiotics (eg. tetracyclins) that should not be taken with calcium, and thus diary products such as milk or yoghurt, because the antibiotic will become ineffective. This will be specified in the list of contents!
This is important: do not take an antibiotic that has not been ordinated to you by a doctor! It is a horrible idea to take antibiotics which were perscribed to someone else!
This is important too: You can not treat influenza or a common cold with antibiotics BECAUSE YOU CAN NOT KILL A VIRUS WITH ANTIBIOTICS. A bacterial infection ONLY can be treated with antibiotics.
This is even more important: YOU HAVE TO FINISH ALL OF YOUR ANTIBIOTICS, IF YOU ARE NOT ALLERGIC TO THE DRUG, IT IS DANGEROUS TO QUIT HALF WAY. YOU MIGHT "FEEL WELL" ALREADY. YOUR CONDITION IS LIKELY TO WORSEN AND YOU COULD DEVELOP TO CARRY MULTI RESISTANT BACTERIA!
The funny (initial) part of this post:
Suggestion by Wiki answers dot com:
Can you answer this question?
Is orange juice an antibiotic?
How many oranges does it take to make a glass of orange juice?
It takes many oranges about 13.
How long does it take for orange juice to boil?
About a minute.