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How does sulfadiazine interact with medications or food?

Certain medications and foods react adversely with sulfadiazine. While taking sulfadiazine you should never use other sulfonamide medications. Other medications that may interfere with your dosage of sulfadiazine include: probenecid, diuretics, sulfonylureas and other diabetes medications, salicylates, blood thinners and indomethacin. Sulfadiazine can be taken with or without food. However, it is recommended that you take sulfadiazine with plenty of water to ensure proper absorption of the medication. Additionally, you should not drink alcohol with sulfadiazine until you know how you will react to it.

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