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Can you take tylenol with ciprofloxacin?


Marvell 2 Jan 2010

Yes, you can take Tylenol with ciprofloxacin.

The best way to determine if you can take any medications together is to have a drug interaction screen performed by a health care provider.

There are literally hundreds of antibiotics used to treat infections, so once you receive your prescription, ask your doctor or pharmacist if you can also take Tylenol at the same time that you take the antibiotic.

Usually this is not a problem, but you should always double check.

See also: Drug Interactions Checker

Votes: +0 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. free discount card

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