Levofloxacin And Amoxicillan

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rolypoly Says:


I've been prescribed Levfloxacin, and have one Amoxicillin left. Is ok to take both?



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David Says:

How long have you been on Amoxicillin (about 7-10 days)? I would recommend finishing your cycle of Amoxicillin, so that you don't have to worry about the infection coming back.

In any case, there are no drug interactions listed between these two medications, so taking them together should not be a problem at all in my honest opinion.

Does this help answer your question? Please post back if there's anything else I can help you with.

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Lom Says:

Hi, I have been sick for 2 weeks with a flu virus and my Dr gave me 18 prednisone pills (have 2 left), cough syp, and a prescription for Levofloxacin (if I needed it). What should I do? Can I start taking the Levofloxacin? Thanks.

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Jessica Says:
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Can I combine levofloxacin and amoxicillin? I have a severe toothache and a UTI. I've been taking levofloxacin for the UTI but the toothache is getting worse. Can I also take amoxicillin?

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