Drug Name: Lorabid
Lorabid may cause the improper absorption of some B vitamins, folic acid and vitamin K. Long term use of the antibiotic may reduce levels of these vitamins. Discuss supplementation with your physician or pharmacist.
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Antibiotics kill bacteria, including beneficial flora in the gut, which could affect digestion and/or elimination. Supplementation with acidophilus or bifidus may aid in restoring this beneficial flora.
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Take with food or milk to decrease stomach irritation.
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