Is it okay to take amocicillion, lisinop and indomethacin together?

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17 Feb 2011

Yes, it is okay to take amoxicillin, lisinopril and indomethacin together. There is potential for a minor interaction between indomethacin and lisinopril. Just monitor your blood pressure while taking these together.

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