Cipro (ciprofloxacin) and fluconazole ok to take together if I have mitral valve prolapse?

Maybe. Both drugs can cause prolongation of the qt which may result in arrhythmias. Consult your doctor for further advice.
Not recommended. These two prolong the repolarization phase of the electrical impulses of the heart (each heart beat has a depolarization and a repolarization phase). This can lead to life-threatening arrhythmias. None of this has anything to do with mitral valve prolapse (mvp) however and whether you have mvp or not plays no role here. By the way, most people with mvp are over-diagnosed and do not have it.

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Can I take pepcid (famotidine) if I have Mitral Valve Prolapse?

Not on omeperazole. It is not recommended to take pepcid while on omeperazole as there is duplication of therapy or effect. They both decrease production of gastric acid although through different mechanisms. However, having mitral valve prolapse does not pose any specific reason why one could not take pepcid or any other h2 blocker such as zantac, (ranitidine) pepcid etc. . Read more...

I take vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine).can that cause me to not sleep? No sleep in 5 days I have mitral valve prolapse is it dangerous for me to take my Metoprolol right now?

Consult your cardio. long-term Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) use can be associated with heart disease and complications. If you are taking Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine), have a prescription for metoprolol, have known mitral valve prolapse and have not slept in 5 days your medications may need to be adjusted. I suggest to see a physician . Read more...

Can you take methotrexate if you have mitral valve prolapse?

Methotrexate . Methotrexate is used for rheumatoid arthritis , inflammatory joint disease and in cancer treatments . There is no contraindications for its use in mitral valve prolapse patients who are otherwise healthy. Read more...
Likely. Serious drug should have good diagnosis and be for specific treatment. Read more...

I have a Mitral Valve Prolapse. Do I still need to take an antibiotic prior to any dental procedure (i.e., cleaning)?

MVP. The new recommendations are against antibiotic prophylaxis unless you have MVP with a murmur. Talk to your doctor about it. Take care! Read more...
MVP. Current protocol for MVP does not require antibiotic prophylaxis. However, it is the responsibility of your own treating dentist in consultation with your Cardiologist or PCP to make these decisions. We are not privy to your complete medical and dental history nor to the specifics for each procedure and therefore should not advise you what to do over the internet. Read more...

Can people with mitral valve prolapse take speed?

Dont know. But can sober people drive down the wrong side of the rode? If something is a bad idea for a healthy person, then why would it be a good idea for someone with a medical condition? Read more...