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Vitamins containin iron are said to interact with Doxycycline. Does this include pyridoxine (25mg) and thiamine (100mg)? How exactly do they interfer?

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Dr. William Simon
Integrative Medicine

In brief: Iron binds to doxycy

Doxycycline reacts with iron because it binds to polyvalant cations.
Iron or ferrous sulfate has a charge that binds or chelates to the doxycycline that is why they should be separated by at least 2 hours.

In brief: Iron binds to doxycy

Doxycycline reacts with iron because it binds to polyvalant cations.
Iron or ferrous sulfate has a charge that binds or chelates to the doxycycline that is why they should be separated by at least 2 hours.
Dr. William Simon
Dr. William Simon
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Dr. Kathleen Gilmore
Urgent Care

In brief: None Cited

There are no interactions cited for pyridoxine or thiamine when taking doxycycline.
I appreciate your question. It is always best to check.

In brief: None Cited

There are no interactions cited for pyridoxine or thiamine when taking doxycycline.
I appreciate your question. It is always best to check.
Dr. Kathleen Gilmore
Dr. Kathleen Gilmore
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