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i take these meds baby asprin,fluoxitine,lipitor,lisinaprol can they be harmful if taken together
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63984 tn?1385437939
I'd direct your questions to the drug store that fills your prescription or the doctor(s) who ordered these drugs to you.  None of us are qualified to give you an answer.  That said, I've taken all the drugs except fluoxitine together for quite a few years with no problems.
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237039 tn?1264258057
I've taken the same types of meds, just under different names.  I have my pharmacy (Walgreens) alert me if there is ever any evidence of drug interactions.  Then they can discuss this with me and/or with my doctor.

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