You are allergic to sulfa can you take cefazolin?
Cefazolin is different drug class, it is derived from penicillin. There is no literature that supports the claim it is contra indicated to sulfa allergic individuals.
I am allergic to sulfa, is gabapentin safe to take,also does it put on weight?
Can you take plavix if you are allergic to sulfa
Yes, it is not a sulfa drug.
Sulfate is not same as sulfa drugs. So person allergic to sulfa drugs can take barium sulfate.
Yes. You can take vancomycin if you are allergic to sulfa drug.
Nope! I take it and am allergic to Sulfa. ---- No, Adderal does not contain any sulfa moieties.
Yes. Levaquin (levafloxacin) is not a sulfa antibiotic. It is a fluoroquinolone.
the answer is no
Yes (unless you are also allergic to ciprofloxacin).
Moxifloxacin or Avelox is in the fluoroquinolones antibiotic class and it does not contain any sulfa groups so YES, you can take Avelox if you have sulfa allergic. Check with your doctor for approval and ask your pharmacist for more detailed explanation.
there's no relationship between the two.
there is no sulfa in zolpidem and it does not contain sulfa like structures and carries no contraindications to use in patients allergic to sulfa(s). You can also check the manufacturers web site or try globalrph.com which is a free web site used by pharmacists
Ask a pharmacist or a doctor.
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.
You are extremely allergic to sulfa Can you use the sulphur cream to treat rosacea or will you still have the severe allergic reaction you do when you take sulfa orally?
If you are severely allergic, you will react to it just as you would if you took it orally. Although administered topically, it is secreted into the bloodstream.
I am, when I was little I found out I was allergic to sulfa drugs then my egg allergy developed later.
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.
Avodart is not technically a sulfa drug. However, if you are allergic to sulfa, there is a possibility that you could have an allergic reaction to Avodart. Tell your doctor if you have a sensitivity.
Yes. But really you should be discussing this with the doctor who prescribed it.
Sulfa allergies refer to allergies in regards to sulfonamides, which are commonly found in antibiotic medications. Sulfa allergies do not refer to sulfate, which Instaflex contains Glucosamine Sulfate.
yes. sulfa drugs do contain sulphur in them
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.
These 2 antibiotics are in different classes and unrelated in structures. It's fine to take the other if you're allergic to one.
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.
Minocycline is a broad spectrum antibiotic in the tetracycline family. Minocycline is used to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections. There is no sulfa in these antibiotics and it should be used safely in those allergic to sulfa.
No because there is no sulfa in tamiflu my daughter is severly alleric to sulfur is she takes tamiflu hope that helps
Yes. Penicillin and sulfa drugs are antibiotics, and are not related to the ibuprofen drug group at all.
Yes...I checked with the pharmacist and they double checked and it's safe.
no it is not. i am allergic to sulfa and have been taking it for 2 years no problems.
yes hyaluronic acid doesn't even contain sulfur
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.
You are extremely allergic to sulfa Can you use the sulfur cream to treat rosacea or will you still have the severe allergic reaction you do when you take sulfa orally?
Very high likelyhood you'll have a reaction. Note -- not a certainty, but a likelihood. I'd either consult a dermatologist or find a non-sulfa-based remedy myself. I certainly wouldn't risk it without at least asking.
I am personally allergic to Penicillin, which I found out when I was really young. About 4. Recently I was given a medication that had Sulfa in it, and developed a rash within a few hours. I went back to the doctor and was told many people allergic to penicillin are also allergic to Sulfa medications. It's not a guarantee, just something you'll want to keep an eye on if you are ever prescribed Sulfa… Read More
Ciprofloxacin belongs to the class of antibiotics called fluoroquinolone antibiotics. This medication does not contain sulfa and is deemed to be safe for those who are allergic to sulfa.
Yes, you can. Sulfa is a broad-spectrum (meaning, effective for many infections) antibiotic, and Prevacid is a proton-pump inhibitor used for heartburn and other acid-related stomach problems.
AZO is a over the counter medicine for urinary tract irritation. I myself am very allergic to sulfa drugs and AZO works wonders for me ...no allergic Reation at all.
No, you should not take it!! I was put on it by my primary physician and I was having severe reactions to it not realizing it. My gastroenterologist told me that a lot of people who have sulfa allergies CANNOT take this medication even though the manufacturer says it is safe for people with sulfa allergies. There are several other drugs this applies to, so my suggestion is don't take it. It was causing my… Read More
If you are allergic to sulfa in some antibiotics, it's also important to know whether your asthma inhaler contains sulfa. Sulfa is NOT in all asthma inhalers. You can identify which inhalers have sulfa by looking at the ingredient leaflet for sulfate or any phrase using that word. Albuterol is one inhaler that contains sulfate. Make sure your physicians and pharmacist know you are allergic to drugs containing sulfa or sulfates.
Two of our children are allergic to sulfa and have taken amoxicillin without problems, so I would say no.
You can be allergic to many things within the mushroom itself. Many people are allergic to the penicillin and sulfa in the mushroom.
I am allergic to sulfa drugs..and have been given a rx for sulfanilamide........Is sulfanilamide a sulfa drug?
well if you look at the name it has sulfa in it,... but you shold reely ask a doc.
No doxycycline is not a sulfa containing compound, so you may take it safely if you are allergic to sulfa drugs. You should be aware, however, that doxycycline may cause photosensitivity, so you should wear appropriate clothing, or you may get easily sunburned or develop a rash if you are exposed to sunlight. Do not take this medication if you are or may be pregnant, or if you are breastfeeding. The pill form of doxycycline… Read More
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… Read More
Pseudoephedrine is a decongestant and stimulant. Sulfa drugs are antibiotics. Actually there are non-antibiotic sulfa drugs as well (e.g. antihypertensives, diabetes drugs, pain relievers, migraine drugs, and siezure drugs), but they are generally less likely to cause an allergic reaction than the antibiotics in a sulfa-allergic individual. You should always consult with a medical professional if you have a question about whether a drug contains sulfa.
Yes, technically. Sulfonamide is a chemical moiety (component of a molecule) from which sulfa antibiotics (most commonly in the US Bactrim/ Septra/ trimethoprim-sulfamethixizole) take their name. Allergies to it are common and people allergic to one sulfa antibiotic should not take others. Other drugs such as Hydrochlorothiazide, furosemide, sulfonylurea diabetes medications, Celebrex (pain med) and sumatriptan (Imitrex for migraines) also contain sulfonamides but they are chemically different and usually do not cross react in people… Read More