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Grapefruit And Flecainide
Yes: Yes that should be okay.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes.: Grapefuit and grapefruit juice have the potential to interact with numerous drugs. They interfere with hepatic and intestinal enzyme cytochrome p450 isoform cyp3a4 and are believed to be primarily responsible for the effects of grapefruit on the enzyme. Omeprazole (prilosec) is one of the drugs that is affected. ...Read more
Yes you can: Statin (short for a class cholesterol drug with generic/medical name ending with statin such as Atorvastatin (lipitor) or Simvastatin (zocor) or Rosuvastatin (crestor). Zocor (simvastatin) has significant interaction with grapefruit/juice but fortunately Crestor should be fine. So, drink on. Eat well, exercise regularly, and follow-up wit doc for periodic lab testing/monitoring. Good luck. ...Read more
NO: Both Simvastatin and similar drugs as well Erythromycin increase the level of Warfarin which can lead to serious health consequences, so if absolutely necessary , it has to be done under strict and close medical supervision with frequent monitoring of blood parameters. the interaction has to be taken seriously ...Read more
No: Grapefruit will not affect any of them. ...Read more
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No: No interaction noted!Get a more detailed answer ›
Currently taking 25mg metoprolol tartrate and 10mg crestor (rosuvastatin). Is it harmful to dring alchololic beverages while taking these meds?
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