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Can Fosamax Be Crushed
Not recommended.: You should never chew or crush any pill unless it is specifically formulated to be chewed. You will get a larger release of the medicine in many cases than you desire all at once. Many of these pills are formulated to be released slowly into the body so don't chew or crush. ...Read more
Taking 1 aspirin as heart therapy 81 mg. Should it be taken with or without food and can it be taken with other medicines or by itself?
Anytime: Mostly we recommend "enteric coated" so it does not irritate the lining of your stomach. Can be taken by itself or with your other meds/vitamins. ...Read more
1. while taking prednisone tablet, can breastfeed be done?
2. can Advil (ibuprofen) be taken with prednisone?
Prednisone and advil (ibuprofen): Agree about what Dr Bonilla wrote about prednisone and breastfeeding. Now about taking Advil (ibuprofen) and prednisone together: better be cautious, both irritate the stomach, increasing risk of GI bleed or gastritis, both can cause salt and water retention, increase blood pressure and cause edema, better space them, take a gut prophylaxis medication, and keep the dose to the minimum duration/amount ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes and yes but...: Turmeric is perfectly fine to take on an empty stomach but some people might have stomach upset with it, in which case you should take it with food. It can be taken raw, but is better absorbed when combined with oils & fats. Curcumin is an important component. Meriva is a patented curcumin extract which is combined with phosphotidylcholine & is up to 26 times better absorbed than plain curcumin. ...Read more
Whatever is needed: It depends on what you were treating you and how you were treating it. Each person has to be individualized and your physician get help clarify what's best for you. ...Read more
A lot of side effect: Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, throat, or tongue); black, tarry, or bloody stools; chest pain; coughing or vomiting blood; difficult or painful swallowing; mouth sores; new, worsening, or persistent heartburn; red, swollen, blistered, or peeling skin; severe bone, muscle, or joint pain and others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Avoid NSAIDs : Warfarin is a blood thinner, so you would want to avoid other medications that thin the blood; the most common of which are NSAIDs. Steroids and colchicine are the two most commonly used for an acute gout attack that are relatively safe to use with warfarin. Your doctor would still need to follow your inr closely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can adipex be taken with Prozac (fluoxetine)? If taken together can it lead to death? Heart attack etc?
It depends.: Seroquel immediate release tablets may be crushed, but Seroquel XR (extended-release) tablets should not be crushed. This is because extended-release medications are designed to release slowly, and by crushing the tablet, you may receive the total dosage all at once and/or not the way it was designed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: True spasticity as opposed to "muscle spasm" usually occurs secondary to a disorder or trauma, such as a spinal cord injury (sci), a brain injury, a tumor, a stroke, multiple sclerosis (ms), or a peripheral nerve injury. Treatments may include, preventative measures, therapy, positioning/orthotics, oral medication, injectable medication, and in some cased surgical intervention. ...Read more
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