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Cipro oral

Does Cipro oral interact with other medications?

Cipro oral may interact with the following medications

Severe Interactions of Cipro oral:
These medications are not usually taken together. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/AVANAFIL (> 50 MG)
STRONG AND MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/LOMITAPIDE
SELECTED PHOTOSENSITIZERS/TRETINOIN-MEQUINOL
CIPROFLOXACIN/TIZANIDINE
ANTIBIOTICS/LIVE TYPHOID VACCINE

Serious Interactions of Cipro oral:
These medications may interact and cause very harmful effects. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

SELECTED QUINOLONES/CLASS IA & III ANTIARRHYTHMICS
STRONG CYP1A2 INHIBITORS/TASIMELTEON
STRONG OR MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/SIMEPREVIR
MODERATE 3A4 INHIBITORS/IBRUTINIB
CIPROFLOXACIN; FLUVOXAMINE/OLANZAPINE EXTENDED RELEASE IM
CIPROFLOXACIN/METHOTREXATE (ONCOLOGY-INJECTION )
STRONG-MODERATE 3A4 &-OR P-GP INHIBITORS/BOSUTINIB
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/COLCHICINE
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/TOLVAPTAN
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ARTEMETHER-LUMEFANTRINE
SELECTED ANTIMYCOBACTERIALS/LIVE BCG
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/CISAPRIDE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ZIPRASIDONE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DROPERIDOL
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/LEVOMETHADYL
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/SPARFLOXACIN
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/HALOFANTRINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/PIMOZIDE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/BEPRIDIL
POTENT CYP1A2 INHIBITORS/DULOXETINE
QUINOLONES/SELECTED ANTICOAGULANTS
QUINOLONES/THEOPHYLLINES

Moderate Interactions of Cipro oral:
These medications may cause some risk when taken together. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

QUINOLONES, ORAL/SUCRALFATE
QUINOLONES, ORAL/DIDANOSINE PEDIATRIC SUSPENSION+ANTACIDS
QUINOLONES/CORTICOSTEROIDS
SELECTED QUINOLONES/ENTERAL NUTRITION
CIPROFLOXACIN/SEVELAMER
CIPROFLOXACIN/QT PROLONGING AGENTS
SELECTED ORAL QUINOLONES/SELECTED ORAL CATIONS
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ESCITALOPRAM
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/AVANAFIL (<= 50 MG)
CIPROFLOXACIN/ATORVASTATIN (> 40 MG)
STRONG CYP1A2 OR CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/POMALIDOMIDE
SELECTED QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ATAZANAVIR
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/BEDAQUILINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/PASIREOTIDE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/SORAFENIB
SELECTED QT PROLONGERS/VORICONAZOLE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/DOMPERIDONE
STRONG AND MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/IVACAFTOR
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ONDANSETRON
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/QUETIAPINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/CRIZOTINIB
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/CITALOPRAM
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/VEMURAFENIB
SELECTED QT PROLONGERS/ASTEMIZOLE; TERFENADINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/EZOGABINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/RILPIVIRINE
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/VANDETANIB
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/GADOFOSVESET
CYP1A2 INHIBITORS/RASAGILINE
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/ERIBULIN
SLT MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/ALFENTANIL;FENTANYL;OXYCODONE
ORAL QUINOLONES/STRONTIUM
SLT QT AGENTS/CLARITHRO; ERYTHRO; TELITHROMYCIN
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/SAQUINAVIR
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/LOPINAVIR
POSSIBLE QT PROLONGING AGENTS/TOREMIFENE
MODERATE CYP3A4; PGP INHIBITORS/EVEROLIMUS
CIPROFLOXACIN/SILDENAFIL
QT PROLONGING AGENTS/POSACONAZOLE
SELECTED QUINOLONES/ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS
SELECTED QUINOLONES/CYCLOSPORINE
MODERATE CYP3A4 INHIBITORS/EPLERENONE
CIPROFLOXACIN/CLOZAPINE
CIPROFLOXACIN/FOSPHENYTOIN; PHENYTOIN
CIPROFLOXACIN/ROPINIROLE

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