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Behavior change after course of meds?

I'm new to the forum. I noticed a change in behavior after a course of meds for UTI. I've looked around but cannot find any information on the web (so far). Basically, our cat is becoming more skittish and seems fearful when we walk her outdoors.

Our cat was put on 3 weeks (2x a day) course of clavomox for a UTI (extra week added to wipe out remnant of infection). By the second day we would take her for a walk (and yes we use a harness), but developed anxiety with strangers. I know cats will be cautious and even run readily with sudden movements, but our cat is usually quite patient. If anything she is usually pretty stealthy (seems like a crafty hunter). Normally we can be out for hours, but lately we are barely out for more then 10-15 minutes; and quicker when anyone appears. Inside, at home she seems to be her same old self. Anyone notice similar behavior, any hints if this is due to meds or if unrelated. Thanks
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