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Can I Take Synthroid At Night
In short yes: Yes you can switch the timing but depending on the dose, you can have increased heart rates if there is a prolonged period of time between doses and if there is a shorter period of time between doses, you may have some dizziness from low heart rate or blood pressure. I suggest to switch without side effects, split the dose in half(if not succinate form) and take twoce a day for one transition day ...Read more
You can any time: Vitamin supplements can be taken any time throught the day/night, but just remember that they are supplements--they should not replace what you should be getting fresh from your diet. If you eat a vaiety, balanced, healthy diet (see picture here) and exercise regularly, there is no need to take supplement. Consult doc or nutristionist if you need help. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I take Prozac (fluoxetine) at night? Just starting the medication. Worried it will keep me up at night. I take levothyroxine in the mornings.
Not a worry: Hi. Prozac at night is usually fine but insomnia has been described, but insomnia is so common, we can't guarantee a relationship. If you want, go ahead and take the fluoxetine in the morning WITH the l-thyroxine. There is a myth about taking l-thyroxine on an empty stomach that drives me crazy. Take it (consistently) however you want to...your doc will adjust the l-thyroxine dose to accommodate. ...Read more
DrugDrugInteractions: Yes, and even w/Valacyclovir, too. Check out http://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php?drug_list=1457-0,1548-0,2282-0 and https://www.healthtap.com/#user_questions/6842236-im-currently-on-levofloxacin-500mg-if-i-need-to-is-it-okay-to-take-valacyclovir-existing-prescription-in-case-of-a-cold-sore ...Read more
I'm taking venlafaxine and am not sleeping at night. Can I take melatonin low dose at night to get some rest?
Yes: Both meds can be used concurrentlyGet a more detailed answer ›
Can I take Percocet and trazodone together? Percocet makes me stay awake all night. Even if I take it at noon I can't sleep at night.
I forgot to take a 40 mg tablet of citalipram last night. Should I take one right now at 9 am? When I normally take them at 11 pm
Citalopram has a: ...long duration of effect in the body. Once it's reached a steady state, a single missed dose shouldn't be a problem. On the other hand, too much citalopram could cause a problem, again b/c of its long duration of effect. You could set up a reminder on your smart phone or find some other way to avoid missed doses in the future, but don't worry about this one missed dose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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If prescribed, yes: Sometimes psychiatrists do use this combination, especially when someone is having a big problem with sleep along with anxiety/depression. If prescribed, your doctor will be keeping a watch on the doses and any potential signs of serotonin overload. Generally mirtazepine will be at a lower dose than the zoloft (sertraline). If doing this on your own without your doctor's knowledge, please don't. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I take gabapentin 1200mg per day. I take 400mg in morning and 800mg at night before bed cause I get to tired. It ok to take 800mg at once of gaba?
Possibly : So long as you tolerate that dose at once it's fine as the total max daily dose is 3600mg. You must graduate to that amount and not take 800mg as a starting dose though. ...Read more
I take propranolol twice a day I take it 12pm and 9 30pm at night are these hour gaps reasonable ? Or am I take it to soon at night
Depends: It depends on the reason you're taking it and the dose. The gaps are not harmful but you're likely peaking in the early evening and nadiring in the late morning. If that treats your symptoms adequately, it's okay. It's not the best for BP control though. You know, they do make a long acting, once a day form called propranolol ER? ("extended release") ...Read more
When is the best time to take luvox (fluvoxamine).I currently take 200 mg at night .was told I can take 100 am and 100pm.also told I can dose it all at noon help?
Flexibility: There is no set time that you have to take Luvox (fluvoxamine). It is designed to be a once daily medication, so it can be taken all at one time at a time that best fits your schedule. However, it can sometimes cause drowsiness, so if you try it during the day you would want to see if you tolerate it OK. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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