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Can I use Magnacet if I am taking isoniazid?

If you're taking isoniazid (Tubizid), most commonly used to treat or prevent tuberculosis, your doctor will be cautious about giving you the prescription pain medication Magnacet (oxycodone and acetaminophen). Both isoniazid and acetaminophen carry boxed warnings about the potential for liver damage. If you combine the drugs, this risk gets even higher. Before starting Magnacet, let your doctor know if you're taking isoniazid.

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