I am about to start taking a variety of supplements/pills/vitamins etc. Can anyone please help me out and tell me if there are any conflicts between them? I don't wan't anything noxius forming in my stomach. The list is as follows.
Multivitamin (1 a day)- http://www.chemistaustralia.com.au/products/blackmores-s-r-multi-minerals-200.html
Weight Loss Tablet (1 - 6 a day) - http://www.productreview.com.au/showitem.php?item_id=2844
Energiser (1 a day) - http://www.beroccaperformance.com/index.cfm/PageID/14/ProductID/14
Take a list of all prescription/over-the-counter medications, supplements, herbs, etc. down to the local pharmacy and have the pharmacist evaluate them. He/she can tell you which ones do what, which to avoid, which are synergenic, which ones actually work for the purpose you are buying them for. This is what they do, they are experts, and their advice is free. Unless you are lucky and one is actually online, no one here can give you better advice than the pharmacist, not even your doctor.
I also took a variety of the acne medication you are about to start taking.
I took Amnesteem.
I hope this is a last ditch result for you...and that you have exhausted ALL other possibilities before using these acne meds.
While it DID clear up my skin, it wreaks havoc on your body. Be prepared to feel like you are 80 years old. Some days the joint pain was unbearable and it was ALL I COULD do to make it through the 5 month process.
2 years later, I am beginning to get breakouts again.
Ask your dermatologist for references from other patients before you make a final decision.
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