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Sep 08, 2012
"There is no way to know for sure if that product will interact with your medications. It is classified as a dietary supplement. It has not been thoroughly tested or approved by the FDA. According to the manufacturer's website that produc..."
Aug 30, 2012
"There are many supplements available that claim to boost memory, focus, concentration, etc, but most of them have very little evidence of effectiveness. If you have difficulty focusing on tasks you should consult a physician. Many people..."
Aug 05, 2012
"The dosages of medication you were taking could not cause any long term damage to your brain or other organs. When you were cutting the extended release medication in half you were getting a big dose all at once, but this would not cause..."
Aug 05, 2012
" The medications you are taking may be causing the confusion, thirst, and weakness. Aripiprazole can cause drowsiness and weakness especially when combined with other medications that cause drowsiness such as lorazepam. Aripiprazole can..."
Aug 05, 2012
"I apologize for the delayed response to your answer. You can take Mesalamine with the Iron supplement. There is no interaction between them. The Mesalamine may be taken with or without food. If you experience stomach upset with the medic..."
Jan 09, 2012
"The most commonly prescribed medications for phobias such as fear of flying are benzodiazepines. Drugs in this class include alprazolam (Xanax), diazepam (Valium), and several others. These medications are very effective but do have sid..."
Oct 30, 2011
"There is no chart or formula to determine what dose of opiate will cause an overdose in a certain individual, but it is very unlikely that a person will overdose from taking a steady dosage of opiate or gradually increasing the dosage. O..."
Oct 30, 2011
"I'm sorry it took so long to respond. Have the symptoms improved? Corticosteroid medications such as prednisone do have many possible side effects. Increased heart rate, sweating and nervousness are fairly common with these medication..."
Oct 08, 2011
"According to the medical literature, the Rabies vaccine does not interact with any prescription or nonprescription medications including eye drops, creams, or oral medications. "
Oct 04, 2011
"Taking more than 4000 mg of Tylenol per day can damage the liver. Milk thistle will not prevent liver damage. You are taking less than the maximum daily dosage , but it is still possible for liver damage to occur. Lortab should be taken..."