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are you taking amsacrine?
are you taking vancomycin?
are you taking fluconazole?

Driving and using machines
Ceftriaxone can cause dizziness. Talk to your doctor if this happens to
you and do not drive or use any tools or machines.

you have asthma.
you have ever had problems with your gut, in particular colitis
(inflammation of the bowel).
you have other illnesses, such as blood problems.
you are allergic to anything not already mentioned in this leaflet.


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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

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