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The Best Painkillers To Take With Ramipril
Pain pills, zestril (lisinopril): Lisinopril (l) has no known interactions with over the counter analgesics, so you need not worry about any. If you are taking nsaid's, you should know that they have the potential for acute renal failure, reversible when they are stopped, and may cause some change of bleeding from the stomach. Speak to the doctor who prescribed l for you. ...Read more
Aspirin: Can be taken any time of day, its platelet effects are long lasting. ...Read more
Depends: Until you see a dentist siple Acetaminophen or an NSAID like Motrin can be helpful. However, don;t wait too long. An abscessed tooth is not only painful but can cause a serious infection elsewhere in your body. If you are taking other medications, check with your pharmacist before using a Motrin like drug. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Best time to take vitamin E and codliver capsule? Can both be taken together? Please advice for any precautions. Best if taken with ?
Any time with food: It is fine to take vit e ; cod liver oil together and they can be taken any time of day; it is best to take after a meal as they are fat-soluble so might be better digested with other fats. Biggest precautions- take only natural e (d-alpha tocopherol) with mixed tocopherols; synthetic e (dl-alpha toc.) appears to be dangerous; avoid more than 1200 iu/day. Take only purified cod liver oil. ...Read more
Any time: It absolutely doesn't matter at all. The antiplatelet effect of Aspirin lasts for the life of the platelet (10 days) and is irreversible. By taking an Aspirin each day, you assure that all platelets are affected. The timing doesn't matter since 90% of your platelets are affected on any given day. ...Read more
A/W Dr. Margaryan: Drug interaction checker indicates that there is potential for moderate drug interaction with furosemide (lasix) & motrin (ibuprofen). If these medications are used together both renal function & blood pressure should be monitored & dosage adjustments could be required. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the best way to take Cialas with Lisinopril 20/25 and Toprol 100 mg both taken in the morning ?
Watch low pressure: Ensure that your blood pressure is in a range high enough to tolerate a rapid drop if cialis is of a higher dose . With 3 medications that lower your blood pressure you should have goals on both ends of the spectrum, too high and too low. Have your physician set you a range of safety. ...Read more
Usually none: Prescription meds for osteoporosis are usually not recommended for osteopenia, unless a person has an unusually high fracture risk. Many doctors use the frax calculator to determine a person's fracture risk for the next 10 years. But there are steps to reduce your fracture risk: no smoking, moderate alcohol and caffeine intake, few sodas, muscle-building activities, and a diet w/ calcium & vit d. ...Read more
Ask the Dr: Dosage and scheduling is part of prescribing. Ask the Dr who prescribed the meds. A second best source might be your pharmacist. In both cases also advise them of ALL meds you take and ask for things to watch for. Best! ...Read more
Night time: There's no mandatory time but many people find that taking meds at bedtime works because they remember to take them as part of their bedtime routine and side effects are minimized because the peak blood levels occur during sleep. Alternatively, some people like to split them up: one in the am, one in the pm. ...Read more
Well you can: But why are you taking a medication that gives you these effects? Return to doctor and get a different medication for pain ...Read more
Bp: Formost people taking the meds in the morning to cover the most active times of the day is better. ...Read more
Yes, it is safe: They act on different mechanism and are safe to use, as directed, in conjunction. ...Read more
Rather then taking: Over the counter male enhancement/ performance pills - would encourage you to see an urologist to determine the cause for erectile difficulties. ...Read more
What is the best laxative while taking norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) to help with constipation?
COLACE (docusate sodium): I recommend to my patients colace (docusate) one every 12 hours. It's a stool softener that helps draw water into your colon to flush things along. If that doesn't help, then two every twelve hours. If that doesn't help, then MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) - one capful daily. Make sure you drink plenty of water to flush things along. ...Read more
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