Keflex Medication Information

Keflex® (cephalexin) is a medicine used to treat certain bacterial infections and prevent heart valve infections. However, because this drug is not suitable for everyone, make sure to review the prescribing information on Keflex medication before starting treatment.
For example, you may not be able to take Keflex if you have certain medical conditions, such as kidney disease, certain allergies, or if you are pregnant. Also, you may not be able to safely use Keflex if you are currently taking certain medications (including some vitamins, herbal supplements, and nonprescription medications).
Although most people do not experience problems with this medication, Keflex can cause side effects. Some of the commonly reported ones include nausea, headaches, and diarrhea. Keflex comes in the form of capsules and an oral suspension (liquid), and is typically taken two to four times a day. For more information on this medication, talk to your pharmacist or healthcare provider.
(Click Keflex for a more in-depth look at important information on Keflex, a medication used for treating various bacterial infections and preventing heart valve infections. This article discusses how Keflex works, lists possible side effects, and offers some general tips for those taking it.)
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