Keflex and Ranitidine

Drug Interactions

keflex and ranitidine


Can I take Keflex and ranitidine together? Is there an interaction?

Keflex (and the generic cephalexin) is an antibiotic from the cephalosporin family. It is used to treat or prevent bacterial infections. It is commonly used for infections of the skin, respiratory tract, ears, bones and urinary tract.

Ranitidine (and the brand name Zantac) is a H2 blocker. It causes reduced production of stomach acid. It is often use to treat heart burn and to heal or prevent ulcers.

There have been no major drug interaction identified between Keflex and Ranitidine. It appears that use cephalexin and Zantac together is safe.

Always check with a healthcare provider if you are uncertain about using medications together at the same time. A quick call to your doctor or pharmacist can reduce your chance of problems with your medications.

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