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You must have used antibiotics one day, but did you know what are the contraindications for an antibiotic? What is allowed with him? Here is the most important information in the following article.


Contraindicated with the antibiotic

Knowing which medications and foods are prohibited while using the antibiotic will avoid many unwanted health problems. In this article, we present to you the most prominent contraindications with the antibiotic, whether medicinal or nutritional and other important information:


Contraindications with the antibiotic: pharmacokinetic contraindications


Among the treatment options that are contraindicated with the antibiotic are the following:


1. Birth control pills

 

Using the contraceptive pill with some antibiotics such as Rifampicin might decrease the effectiveness of the contraceptive pill.

So you should use additional contraception such as condoms in case it is necessary to take birth control pills with these antibiotics.


2. Mixing medicines together


It is prohibited to take some medicines along with antibiotics due to the side effects that may result from this, and among these interactions are the following:


  • Amoxycillin combined with Methotrexate.
  • Cephalosporins and anticoagulants such as Heparin and Warfarin.
  • Aminoglycoside with diuretics and antifungals increases the risk of kidney damage.
  • Tetracycline with antacids or vitamin A supplements.
  • Macrolide combined with cholesterol-lowering medications to avoid heart complications.

Since there are many groups of antibiotics, you should consult your doctor before taking any other medicine in addition to the antibiotic prescribed for you, to avoid side effects that may sometimes be dangerous.


Contraindications with the antibiotic: food contraindications


There are a group of food items that may affect the action of the antibiotic or lead to the emergence of unwanted side effects, including the following:


1. Alcohol


Alcohol does not affect the action of the antibiotic, but it may cause dangerous side effects.


Drinking alcohol when taking metronidazole, tinidazole, cefoperazone, cefotetan, and ketoconazole leads to a host of side effects, such as: headache, hot flashes, rapid heartbeat, and heartbeat. Nausea and vomiting.


Whereas when drunk with isoniazid and linezolid it may cause more serious side effects, such as: liver damage and high blood pressure.


2. Grapefruit juice

Erythromycin

Erythromycin is an antibiotic that gets affected when taken with grapefruit juice.


When researchers compared taking erythromycin with grapefruit juice compared to taking it with water, they found that levels of the drug in the blood were higher when taken with grapefruit juice.


This leads to unwanted side effects, such as an irregular heartbeat.


You should avoid drinking it while taking erythromycin or seeing your doctor give you an antibiotic alternative to erythromycin.


3. Dairy products


Dairy products such as milk, butter, yogurt, cheese, and supplements containing calcium may reduce some antibiotics' absorption, such as Fluoroquinolones and Tetracycline.


Therefore, it is preferable to separate it from the antibiotic, and it is preferable to wait 3 hours before consuming any dairy product.


Allowed with the antibiotic


After we got acquainted with the contraindications with the antibiotic, we are now mentioning to you some of the permissible measures with the antibiotic, including:


1. Fermented foods


Since the antibiotic kills even the good bacteria in the body, it is good to compensate for this with fermented foods that are good sources of good bacteria.


Fermented foods that contain beneficial bacteria, such as yogurt, some types of cheese, and fresh dill pickle.


2. Vitamin K


Beneficial bacteria synthesize vitamin K in the body, which is important in the processes of blood clotting, and due to the influence of beneficial bacteria due to the use of antibiotics, the lack of vitamin K can be compensated for by eating some foods such as spinach, green turnip, parsley, and green mustard.


3. Fibers


Fiber may have a role in stimulating the growth of beneficial bacteria in the intestine and promoting digestion processes, but eating fiber may affect the absorption of antibiotics, so it is recommended to take it after the antibiotic treatment plan ends.


Examples of high-fiber foods include nuts, lentils, bananas, berries, and grains in general.

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