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Minoxidil With Antibiotics (FAQ)

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1Does Minoxidil Interact With Antibiotics?

Minoxidil Topical has no listed severe interactions with other drugs. Minoxidil Topical has no listed serious interactions with other drugs. Minoxidil Topical has no listed moderate interactions with other drugs.

2What Drugs Should Not Be Taken With Minoxidil?

Most frequently checked interactions
Aspir 81 (aspirin)
Aspirin Low Strength (aspirin)
Bystolic (nebivolol)
Coreg (carvedilol)
Crestor (rosuvastatin)

3Can I Use Minoxidil With Other Medication?

Minoxidil may cause serious heart problems or worsen chest pain (angina). This medication is only used when other treatments have not worked well or cannot be taken. Your doctor should direct you to also take other medications to reduce the side effects of minoxidil.

4Can You Take Doxycycline With Minoxidil?

Interactions between your drugs

No interactions were found between doxycycline and Rogaine Women’s. However, this does not necessarily mean no interactions exist. Always consult your healthcare provider.

5Does Minoxidil Interact With Any Medications?

Do not use any other skin products on the same skin area on which you use minoxidil. Hair coloring, hair permanents, and hair relaxers may be used during minoxidil therapy as long as the scalp is washed just before applying the hair coloring, permanent, or relaxer.1/02/2022

6What Can You Not Mix With Minoxidil?

Do not use any other skin products on the same skin area on which you use minoxidil. Hair coloring, hair permanents, and hair relaxers may be used during minoxidil therapy as long as the scalp is washed just before applying the hair coloring, permanent, or relaxer.

7What Does Minoxidil React With?

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8Can You Use Minoxidil If You Take Blood Pressure Medication?

Oral minoxidil can have an adverse drug interaction with alcohol, causing a decrease in blood pressure. But topical minoxidil does not significantly react with alcohol use. However, alcohol can dry out the skin, which could irritate your scalp when using topical minoxidil products.