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Suggest anti-fungal medication to be taken while on Cefdinir and anti-arrhythmic medication

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which anti-fungals don't react with cefdinir in the presence of anti a-fib meds?
Mon, 16 Apr 2018 in General Health
 
 
Answered by Dr. Muhammad Sareer Khalil 26 minutes later
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Which A Fib medication are you specifically referring to ?

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Follow-up: Suggest anti-fungal medication to be taken while on Cefdinir and anti-arrhythmic medication 6 hours later
anti-fib meds include Amiodarone, torsemide, asprin, metoprolol, vasepa. food supllements include vitc ascorbates multivitamins, vit e niacin.
 
 
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Terbinafine can be taken safely.

Avoid Fluconazole.

Please consult your doctor before taking any medication

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