A 56-year-old female asked about a 59-year-old male:
I am taking ceptozil for an upper respitory infection can it cause any adverse affects to my kidney?
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Dr. Asaf Presenteanswered
Pulmonary Critical Care 18 years experience
Cefprozil?: Not sure what ceptozil is but there is a drug Cefprozil (cefzil), which is an oral cephalosporin and like others of its class is generally well tolerated by the kidney.
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