Does Immunocal Interfere With Antibiotics Like Cipro?

by Nancy Vega
(Wheeling, IL)

I read an article online that says Immunocal can interfere with antibiotics. I am taking Cipro, and I just read online that it can have side effects if combined with Immunocal. I just wanted to know if that is true?



No, it is not. Immunocal does not have any known drug interactions, so no, Immunocal will not interfere with antibiotics such as Cipro.

Please access the PDR listing for Immunocal here, where any drugs that are contraindicated would be mentioned. There are none.

The PDR listing for Cipro can be accessed here , where it mentions several important considerations. One to note in this case is: "Do not take Cipro with dairy products such as milk or yogurt, or with calcium-fortified juice. You may eat or drink these products as part of a regular meal, but do not use them alone when taking Cipro. They could make the medication less effective."

According to this, if you are taking Immunocal, which is made from milk, you should not take it alone with Cipro. You can also discuss this combination with your doctor, using both PDR listings for comparison.

It should be noted that there are several possible reported serious side effects just from taking Cipro alone, and they are listed on the PDR listing for you here. I have also had patients call me due to this. I was so concerned for them I provided information on this on my site. Please read this page over for your own information and safety and discuss any concerns about side effects with Cipro usage with your doctor.

If you decide you'd like to take Immunocal, this will be beneficial to you, as long as you are not on immunosuppressive drugs due to an organ transplant, and you are not allergic to specific milk proteins. Just follow the manufacturer's instructions if you are taking both.

Immunocal is the most effective, safe, and natural way to raise and sustain your glutathione.

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