Doxycycline For A Toothache

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John Says:
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Can I take doxycycline 100mg for a toothache? I'm also taking Lisinopril 20 mg and Bupropion 75mg.



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Addictionisaddiction Says:
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John

Docycline is not a pain reliever it wouldn't have any pain relieving properties.Ibuprophen is excellent for tooth pain it's an OTC med.

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John Says:
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Can I take the antibiotic for a bad tooth that is abscessed with the other two drugs?

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David Says:

@John,

If there's really a bacterial infection present, then killing the infection with an antibiotic makes sense and will probably help alleviate pain that the infection was causing. As to the efficacy of Doxycycline being used for this purpose, I do think there may be better options on the market. However I haven't come across any details suggesting not to take that particular drug combination of Lisinopril, Bupropion and Doxycycline. According to umm.edu's drug interaction tool, you should be in the clear. I hope this helps!

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kate Says:

hi i have a sinus infection and have doxycycline 100mg is it safe to take my migraine prev tab pizotifen 0.5mg one at night

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