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None reported: Oropram is an antidepressant; lyprinol is an over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drug. There are no reported interactions between the two. ...Read more
Possibly: When masterbation becomes an addiction, which it can, then it can be desocializing in that the motivation to meet others and interact sexually is reduced. On the other hand, built up desire from avoiding masterbation can also be desocializing as the desire to have sex can be overwhelming. Balance is the key. ...Read more
Interaction is good: Adequate social interaction is important for everyone, especially teens. But, people have varying needs and preferences for social interaction. A therapist who specializes in working with adolescents might be helpful in evaluating the situation and providing treatment if needed. ...Read more
No: I don't have any direct experience, but from what I've been able to find there are no interactions between the two and should be okay. ...Read more
Impaired interaction: This is when a patient is behaving in ways that are self destructive or otherwise do not conform to the norms of society. ...Read more
Yes: Children have difficulty distinguishing the virtual world from reality. Social skills suffer because children become preoccupied with the games; they fail to learn how to interact with adults and peers. Violent video games have been associated with aggressive behavior in children and teens. I encourage parents to censor videos and limit screen time (tv, computer, games) to 2 hr or less daily. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What to do if I have been prescribed tremadol , concerned about interactions with certain herbs.?
Tramadol: is a rather unique analgesic drug that is indicated for moderate to moderately severe pain. Although it binds to mu receptors, tramadol is not technically classified as an opioid analgesic. Instead, it is classified as a centrally acting synthetic analgesic compound and therefore is not a scheduled narcotic drug. Consult with your PCP for more information and drug interaction. ...Read more
Can you tell me about neuromuscular interactions that are responsible for this situation. why do people need to hold down these fing?
Not sure : What situation? Not sure of your question. Please explain to better assist you. Thank you ...Read more
No phychiatrist can figure out why I have no social interaction. Others think I should just get involved but i can't. What should I do now?
Neuropsych Assessment: I would suggest consulting with a clinical neuropsychologist about getting a neuropsychological assessment. The neuropsychologist should be able to better to recommend including certain types of tests based on background information you provide. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What is the best online or app drug interaction checker? drugs.com, rxlist, medscape, healthline or epocrates app? or is there a better choice?
In general: All the interaction checkers are pretty reasonable. Usually when deciding which one to use, depends on what other resources you are going to use from the respective site/app. Once we know what resources you'd like to use, it would be easier guide you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I take cardizem cd 120mg and vytoryn 10/20 -it comes up as major interaction-should i notify my dr's about this.They are prescribed by 2 different drs?
Yes, notify: In general, any doctor prescribing for you needs to know all other medications that you are taking. Cardizem (diltiazem) can increase the level of Simvastatin in your blood (one of the components of vytorin). However, you are on a very small dose of the Simvastatin so the chance of a significant problem is extremely low. Blood tests of liver function would pick up a problem. ...Read more
Trying to design a medical alert bracelet. What can I put on there to have paramedics check medication interactions before administating anything? I have several potentially major(if not lethal) interactions with the meds I'm taking as well as several m
See answer: You may want to indicate something like "Severe drug interactions: See wallet" and in your wallet list the medication you are on, the need to check for interactions before administering emergency medication, and any specific medication that you might be concerned about. ...Read more
GREAT question, Dino: There are many: Drugs.com, Epocrates, Medscape, Webmd to name just a few. They're what I use when answering lazy HealthTap posters' interaction questions here. I enthusiastically encourage you to use them. A DIY approach to cross-checking your medications for interactions will make you a better patient & put you in better control of your care because you'll learn, understand & remember more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Additive sedation: Both are sedating medications and when taken together, sedation is compounded. However, a doctor can prescribe medication with additive and compounded effect as long as this is factored into the dosage, timing and the clinical condition of the patient as well as use of alcohol. ...Read more
Not many.: Caduet is Atorvastatin (cholesterol medicine) and amlodipine (blood pressure medicine) in one pill. Provigil is a med for add/narcolepsy. Provigil is a stimulant that may increase blood pressure, making the amlodipine relatively less effective. Other than than, no bad interactions. ...Read more
Not known: Shilajit (mumijo in russia) is a rock exudate composed of 85+ minerals plus triterpenes, and humic and fulvic acid. Research on interaction with medications is very sparse and hard to do because it a mix of so many things. Indeed research on shilajit itself is sparse. Moderation is in order. ...Read more
drug interactions: There are no known drug adverse interactions. ...Read more
Probably not: Even-though, there is a long history of use of shilajit in traditional indian medicine, shilajit unfortunately lacks scientific evaluation and systematic documentation. Some think it might improve some alzheimer's patients. Some think it might help chronic fatigue. Its action on the mitochondria doesn't seem to have a relationship to ssris. ...Read more