27 Oct 2010
Erythromycin has an elimination half life of approximately 1.5 hours. It takes 5.5 x elimination half lifes for a medicine to be out of ones system. So erythromycin should be out of your system in 5.5 x 1.5 hour (8.25 hours). You could starting taking Cafergot from the next day after you stop eryhthromycin.
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... get off them The Dr said it is too hard she should stay on them any ideas out there? Thanks Desley
1 answer • 24 Oct 2009
I was recently given erythromycin 250mg twice a day and was told it was effective with COPD flares. How do I judge this to be effctive?
1 answer • 2 Mar 2012
I can't seem to get cafergot from the chemist anymore. Does anyone no why I cant and what has replaced this drug. Thanks
2 answers • 21 May 2013