acetaminophen (Tylenol), Birth Control pills and other drugs that contain female hormones, and the antiseizure drugs divalproex (Depakote) and valproic acid (Depakene).
Drinking alcohol regularly may prevent isoniazid from working properly and may increase the chance of liver damage.
The activity of diazepam may be increased by drugs that inhibit its metabolism in the liver. These include cimetidine, oral contraceptives, disulfiram, fluoxetine, isoniazid, ketoconazole, metoprolol, propoxyphene, propranolol, and valproic acid
Whether or not you should take isoniazid depends a lot on your situation. If you have ever had liver issues, have diabetes, are over 30ish (i think) then isoniazid may not be appropriate for you. If you do take isoniazid, make sure to have blood work done monthly to check liver enzymes. I'm not a doctor, so perhaps discuss it with your doctor, but a doc once told me that you have to weigh the risks of either. It's up to you, possible TB or possible liver issues.
Isoniazid or INH is an antitubercular medication and does not treat chlamydia.
No interactions have been reported between dandelion and standard medications.
I AM NOT A MEDICAL PREFFESIONAL That said, I'm currently taking both B6 and isoniazid . The nurse told me it was to help aid in the proper breakdown/absorption of the antibiotic and strengthen my liver since the isoniazid works heavily on it.
You do not say if this is for treatment of TB , other infection, or prophylactically. You must consult your doctor. There are a multitude of drug interactions and food restictions. Be very careful to report everything to your doctor , and follow directions, including dosage times , VERY carefully.
what hapen if i stop to take isoniazid 100 mg after 5 days using
Do not take antacids that contain aluminum, such as Maalox, within 1 hour of taking isoniazid, as this may keep the medicine from working.
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