Is cefdinir ok for lactose intollerant kids?

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18 Dec 2009

I have done some research and did not find a problem connected with this medication and lactose. But as with any medication make sure your physician and druggist has copies of all the items you are allergic to.
So if you are still concerned I would call your druggist.

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