Question by  San46 (12)

Can pyridium be taken with levaquin?


Answer by  patti (29325)

No medications, prescription or over-the-counter, should be combined with the knowledge or advice of your physician or pharmacist. If you are unsure, check with the doctor or the pharmacist.


Answer by  sdfarmer (374)

Pyridium and levaquin can be taken together. Both of these medications are commonly prescribed for urinary tract infection. Pyridium can change the urine color while levaquin can cause diarrhea.


Answer by  Mrscmrn (1449)

Levaquin is an antibiotic used to treat a variety of infections. Pyridium is used to treat the discomfort of urinary tract infections. Levaquin is usually prescribed for severe urinary tract infections. There is no evidence of negative interactions by taking both medications at the same time.


Answer by  PriscillaPresley (284)

Yes it can. Pyridium treats the pain, burning and discomfort of a UTI. Levaquin is the antibiotic prescribed to treat the UTI infection itself (Urinary Tract Infection).


Answer by  jusmisbehaven (135)

Yes pyridium is ok to take with levaquin. If you ever have any doubts ask your pharmacist, He/she would know. If you feel more comfortable you can ask your primary care physician.

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