Yes. Check the related link for more information regarding safe medications to use while on warfarin.
is hawthorn safe to take with warfarin sodium
You should ask your doctor that.
Antibiotics are completely safe to use. The only time when it would be bad is if you take them for no reason, and a "superbug" that is immune to antibiotics forms. And, of course, if you are allergic.
have recently been prescribed warfarin for a A/F condition my question is it safe to use Viagra whilst using this drug ,no advice on the packaging bumf
Is it safe to take roaxin or flexeril while taking warfarin??
Yes, this is safe.
yes it's safe
It is never safe to smoke, taking antibiotics or not.
Viagra while on antibiotics is it safe to take
Any homeopathic preparation will have no effect on warfarin so it is completely safe to take them together.
There are no studies to indicate that you should not take emu oil with Warfarin. Currently, the two seem to be a safe combination.
Tomato is safe, it's grapefruit that you have to avoid, if you are taking warfarin (also known as coumadin).
Exputex is definately safe
I also take Warfarin and have taken amoxicillin before. Taking it can alter your INR so be sure to let the Warfarin clinic know. That is what I did. Hope this was of some help to you.
Is it safe to take antibiotics and cocaine? I heard cocaine wipes out the effects of the antibiotic.
Warfarin is a prescription blood thinner taken by cardiac patients to help reduce the risk of heart attack and strokes. It is completely safe to eat tomatoes while taking Warfarin.
it depends on what kind of antibiotics
Yes. Goody's contain Acetaminophen..this is the same ingredient utilized in Tylenol. Tylenol is safe to take with warfarin. If you have sleeplessness...Tylenol PM is safe as well.
The effect of the decision to use antibiotics is that you will use antibiotics.
To be safe, seven days. Most antibiotics don't interfere with hormonal birth control, check with your doctor or pharmacist.
You might want to talk to your doctor. But it is good to use a lotion or a moisturizer.
Macrolides are safe alternatives to use and produce less side effects.