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Can An Antiviral And Antibiotic Together Be Taken Together
Usually safe: Most routine antibiotics can be combined with antiviral medicine when used for short periods of time. Taking any antibiotic for >2 weeks usually requires close supervision by a doctor to assess for side effects, toxicity & medication interactions. Special antivirals (ie. Hiv medication) require closer monitoring. People with kidney, liver or bone marrow problems are at higher risk for toxicity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Drugs: They can be taken together but they have basically the same spectrum. ...Read more
Yes but not sure why: Doxycycline 'covers' the same bacteria as are treated with clindamycin and has a better side-effect profile. So I'm not sure 'why' you would be taking both at the same time. With dual antibiotics, you have a higher chance of side-effects. Maybe this is just a short-term treatment, so it wouldn't matter so much. Hope you can improve there. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, there are no drug interactions between those two medications. ...Read more
Drug interaction: An increase risk of life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias, (torsades de pointes) has be reported when citalopram and Levofloxacin are taken together.Thus this combination should be used with caution particularly in patients with heart problems. It is important to discuss any concerns with your doctor.Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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