Can you take tylenol with ciprofloxacin?

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2 Jan 2010

Yes, you can take Tylenol with ciprofloxacin.

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bhojir@yahoo.com 2 Jan 2010

Ciprofloxacin and pracetomol (tylenol) do not have any interaction together. These should be taken after the food to avoid gastric irritation.

Ciprofloxacin is an anti infective / broad spectrum antibacterial drug belonging to fluoroquinolone group of antibiotics. Paracetamol belongs to Non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs.

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