Interactions With Lyrica Or Antibiotics

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dizzimom Says:
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I've just been prescribed metanx for diabetic neuropathy and want to be sure there are not any interactions with lyrica or antibiotics.



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David Says:

@dizzimom,

According to umm.edu's drug interaction checker, there are no interactions listed between Metanx and Lyrica. However in order to determine if an antibiotic is ok, you'd need to know the specific name, because not all antibiotics are created equal. At least not in my experience, having tried several different types. I will say though, that a common antibiotic such as Amoxicllin didn't list any particular drug interactions with Metanx when I ran a search.

Hope this helps!


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is amoxicilin can interact with diane 35?tanx

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