Yes. Cephalexin has no sulfa derivatives. Rather, it more closely resembles the penicillin/amoxicillin antibiotics. If you have an alergy to those, however, you may have some unpleasant side effects/reactions. Don't be afraid to call your doctor or pharmacist to ask questions before taking any medication.
Sulfate is not same as sulfa drugs. So person allergic to sulfa drugs can take barium sulfate.
Can I take vermox, if am G6BD patient and allergic sulfa drugs
Cephalexin and sulfamethoxazole can not be taken together, irrespective of zicam. Cephalexin is bacteriocidal and all sulfa drugs including sulfamethoxazole are bacteriostatic.
Yes, you can take Levaquin with a PCN and Sulfa allergy. Levaquin is a fluroquinilone, which is a completely different class of drugs from penicillins or sulfa-derived drugs.
Usually, yes. Cipro is an antibiotic in the quinolone family and has no relation to the sulfa drugs which are in the sulfonamide family.
Tramadol hydrochloride is an opioid and appears from the FDA drug information site to have no conflict with the administration of sulfa drugs.
Can you take plavix if you are allergic to sulfa
Yes...I checked with the pharmacist and they double checked and it's safe.
Yes, it is not a sulfa drug.
I wanted this question answered, not to answer it! Im very sensitive to sulfa drugs and am allergic to pcn so im a little afraid to take it.
Yes. You can take vancomycin if you are allergic to sulfa drug.
No - Keflex is one of the antibiotics my doctor says is safe for me to take and I'm allergic to sulpha drugs.
no. the most commonly used loop diuretic in this situation is ethacrynic acid.
Ask a pharmacist or a doctor.
yes hyaluronic acid doesn't even contain sulfur
Nope! I take it and am allergic to Sulfa. ---- No, Adderal does not contain any sulfa moieties.
Yes. Penicillin and sulfa drugs are antibiotics, and are not related to the ibuprofen drug group at all.
the answer is no
Yes you can take adderall. adderall is not a sulfa (short for sulfonamide) drug. Adderall contains a sulfate (salt) . This is very different from sulfa drugs which actually contain sulfur. the chemical structures of these drugs are very different. Sulfonamides have the structure (R-SO2-NH2) whereas adderall's structure is (C9H13N) so there is no cross-reactivity seen between these 2 classes of drugs. Look on the wikipedia site under sulfa drugs to see a list of all the (sulfa) drugs that would cause an allergic reaction. It shows a list of antibiotic and non-antibiotic sulfonamides. This does not mean that you can not have a reaction to adderall but it would be for a dfferent reason.
Yes. Levaquin (levafloxacin) is not a sulfa antibiotic. It is a fluoroquinolone.
Augmentin does not contain sulfa. So, a person with an allergy to sulfa drugs should be able to take it safely. Some people have sensitivities to multiple types of medications, therefore it would be best to discuss medications with your doctor or pharmacist.