Can Metronidazole be taken with Paracetamol?
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The use of antibiotics metronidazole is one way to inhibit or stop the growth of bacteria or parasites where this can be for infections of the digestive tract. In connection with the use should be adjusted to the appropriate dosage which can vary based on the disease experienced, if experiencing dysentery then the dose given starts from 500 mg every 8 hours for ages> 17 years or classified as adults. However, this usage should be from a doctor's prescription.
Should not be used together with
Medication for contraception or birth control
Blood thinning drugs such as warfarin
Anti-seizure medications such as phenobarbital, carbamazepine
Regarding the use of paracetamol to date no interactions have been reported if experienced
Severe nausea and vomiting
It is recommended that you further consult the use of metronidazole
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