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Instaflex Drug Interactions
Bad combination: When the combination of two agents cause an effect, intended or unintended, that would not have otherwise occured if taken seperately. ...Read more
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 more
Tried: Could not find these drugs in the literature. Can u check the spellings? Also include their market names if possible. Also, you can try to find your own answer on drugs.com. ...Read more
Caduet and provigil?: All have hepatic metabolism — so can interfere with metaolism of ea other. ...Read more
Possible: Use of dicumarol with phenytoin could ^ risk of bleeding and ^ phenytoin levels. ...Read more
You have to try: Which gives you less side effects as some tolerate one brand better than other, all 'statins' have identical side effects ; interactions as their mode of action is identical if they are 'statins'. ...Read more
Diltiazem interacts with Ranexa (ranolazine) in the liver and increases its level in the blood stream.
Can prolong qt and cause rythm disturbances.
Other side effects from renexa likely: constipation, dizziness, headache, nausea., palpitations, dizziness and blurred vision. These are more likely with this combination, but many people on this combination of drugs.
Double check with your doctor. ...Read more
Yes: Well depends on the most obvious is to stop the offending drug. If the reaction has occurred stop the drug and treat the symptoms. ...Read more
Drug Interactions: Well for 12 medications, that is going to take longer than the 400 characters allowed on HealthTap. I suggest you schedule a long, yes a long consultation with your doctor or your pharmacist to discuss possible interactions. ...Read more
Here's a link...: Consider checking this: http://www.drugs.com/drug_interactions.phpGet a more detailed answer ›
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I have taken 20 mg of celexa (citalopram) and 40 mg of nexum for several yrs. Is there a drug interaction?
Celexa (citalopram): No. You seem to be tolerating the combination well after all those years. Wish u well. ...Read more
Maybe: Both can cause hepatic (liver) impairment. So when combined, may make drug levels of each worse. There is not a lot of info yet on drug interactions for cannabidiol oil. So ask your psychiatrist before using it, or any other medication or supplement, including over the counter meds. See http://www.medicinalgenomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Bergamaschi_2011.pdf ...Read more
See: http://www.drugs.com/npp/garcinia-hydroxycitric-acid.htmlGet a more detailed answer ›
See below: Potential for coreg to cause airway constriction. This is what is taught. However, it seems in practice, this is a much different story. I'm sure some people have had issues like this, but in my practice, I've rarely if ever, seen any problems. ...Read more
The potential drug interactions of Garcinia cambogia extract described by distributors include interference with antiarrhythmics, nitrates, and calcium-channel blockers; antagonism of beta-adrenoreceptor blocking drugs; potentiation of cardiac glycosides;
increased risk of hypokalemia; and risk of arrhythmia when combined with depolarizing muscle relaxants or terfenadine ...Read more
Drug interactions: No drug interactions are listed between Meloxicam & amitriptyline. Remember, however, that Elavil (amitriptyline) alone can have side effects such as sedation, constipation, difficulty urinating, blurred vision. Never mix Elavil with other sedating drugs, especially alcohol. ...Read more
NO: No interaction.Get a more detailed answer ›
Why ask here?: In answering your question any doctor would do exactly what you can do yourself: Go to any of numerous websites that allow you to cross-reference drugs and find interactions. You can cut out the middleman and find out for yourself. Knowledge is power: Arm yourself. ...Read more
Interactions: More so then other SSRIs Luvox (fluvoxamine) will inhibit the metabolism of medications relying on the cytochrome P450 1A2 isoenzyme for hepatic elimination. ...Read more
Hi doctor, can I know the risks of grapefruit for drug interaction and death? I need a detailed answer plz??
Dangerous increases: Grapefruit drug interactions are very common. In the past few years the number of drugs that can lead to fatal interactions with grapefruit has more than doubled. Not only grapefruit but other fruits (limes, pomelos, other citrus fruits) contain a class of chemicals that block the normal rate of breakdown of drugs leading to toxic levels. The chemicals are furanocoumarins and they block an enzyme that breaks down drugs in the gut, limiting the amount absorbed, and the activity of this enzyme is taken into account when dosing these medications. When inactivated by the furanocoumarims, it is not possible to predict what doses are required to produce a therapeutic effect. Nor is it possible to time the consumption of the fruit to prevent this adverse effect. For example, grapefruit juice taken as long as 7-8 hours before a medication can still block the breakdown of the medication. Some reactions that can occur as a result are fatal abnormalities of rhythm leading to sudden cardiac death, muscle destruction (rhabdomyolysis) leading to damage to the kidneys and liver. The impact of grapefruit on drug levels is limited to drugs taken orally as the enzyme involved is a gut enzyme. ...Read more