Nitrofur Macr 100 Mg Twice A Day

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Mary Says:


I took this twice in a row at 2:00. Is that okay? Also, is it okay to take one tomorrow morning and then 1 at night?



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David Says:

Hi Mary,

I just took a look at the dosing guidelines for this medication, and it states that Nitrofurantoin monohydrate/macrocrystals capsulesÂshould be taken with food every 12 hours for seven days.

Because of that strict 12 hour gap in between doses, I definitely wouldn't say it is ok to take them back to back like that. Schedule your doses so that you take 1 in the morning when you get up and one a couple hours before you go to bed (giving yourself enough time to leave you with 12 hours before the following morning dose).

You can view more details about this medication in the link below:
http:/­/­nccs-dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/­dailymed/­archives/­fdaDrugInfo.cfm?archiveid=55169

I hope this helps!

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