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On cephalexin 500mg 3/day sulfameth/trimethoprim 800/160 2/day. Can i take these and my Adderall XR 20 mg? Any interactions between them?
Taking cephalexin 500mg 3/day - tonsillitis & sulfameth/trimethoprim 800/160 2/day - uti. Can i still take my Adderall XR 20mg 1/day? Any interactions?
Are there any known interactions between risperidone, benztropine mes., vistaril, cephalexin, and marijuana for someone who has neuro-lyme disease?
Sedation: Neuro lyme disease can cause confusion, memory problems, fatigue, weakness and even seizures. The risperdal, vistaril, benztropine ; cannabis can be sedating. U may not need both vistaril ; benztropine if u r being treated for a psychiatric condition. Have u received IV antibiotic tx for the lyme disease? It would be better to stop smoking the marijuana. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im developing a sore throat, can i take keflex for infection and norco for pain? Are there any interactions? Until i have time to get to the dr on wed
Don't take them!: There's no interaction between cephalexin (Keflex) and hydrocodone with acetaminophen (Norco), but you definitely shouldn't take them. Sore throats are almost always due to viruses, which cephalexin won't help at all; it would just make it harder for your doctor ro diagnose you. And a narcotic is giant overkill for a "developing" sore throat. Plain acetaminophen (e.g. Tylenol etc) is enough. ...Read more
I got a cut in the kitchen i waited till the next day to get seen they gave me cephalexin. should i take it or treat it other ways i am healthconcious?
Antibiotics are not: a "cure-all" and certainly can be the source of some serious side effects. A clean laceration to the hand not affecting deeper structures can be successfully treated with gentle cleaning, keeping the wound moist and covered on a daily basis without antibiotics. If you are otherwise healthy simply keep the wound clean (no peroxide or betadine), apply a thin layer of triple antibiotic and bandaid ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
GI & skin: Typical reactions include nausea, vomiting & diarrhea. These are seen at times with all vomiting. Skin reactions include allergic hives and more severe immune responses including erythema nodosum, erythema multiforme, & stevens-johnson syndrome. The typical target lesions of erythema multiforme are shown in the image. Another rare reaction is protracted joint swelling. ...Read more
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