Can Caviplex be taken with the antibiotics Cefadroxil, methylprednisolone, and Flucadex?
Hello Deniiteza, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Beforehand, I want to ask first, are drugs such as Cefadroxil, methylprednisolone, and Flucadex are drugs prescribed by your doctor or are you taking on your own initiative?
Antibiotics such as Cefadroxil and steroid class drugs such as Methylprednisolone are classified as hard drugs that should not be purchased without a doctor's prescription and must be taken according to your doctor's instructions. If you are taking these two drugs on your initiative without first checking from your doctor, you should not take them again. If you get both of these drugs from your doctor, then you must take them according to the dose given and you must take your antibiotics until the medicine runs out.
Flucadex is limited-free that you can buy yourself without a doctor's prescription, but you must carefully read the instructions for using the drug, including indications, contraindications, warnings, side effects, and possible drug interactions. Caviplex itself is a multivitamin that does not have interactions with the drugs you mention, so you may take Caviplex with other medicines.
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