Craztronin 500 Mg Interactions With Blood Pressure Meds?

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Can I take Craztronin 500mg with high blood pressure medication?



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Roy Says:

Hi Dest, which blood pressure medication are you taking?

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I decided to select a number of well known blood pressure medications from different classes to check for interactions with the antibiotic Craztronin (Azithromycin). I used the UCLA Health drug interactions checker for this. The drugs i checked against are:

- Hydrochlorothiazide, HCTZ
- Atenolol
- Lisinopril
- Losartan
- Amlodipine

No interactions between Azithromycin and the above blood pressure medications came up. That does not mean there aren't any others, it simply means that nothing came up for the drugs that I chose. If you are taking another specific medication, please let me know.

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