Tips for avoiding dangerous drug interactions
Other drugs and even some foods can interact with your medication. To help prevent drug interactions, it's important to know as much as you can about the drugs you take and to communicate openly with your doctors and pharmacists.
The prescription drugs you take can interact with:
Tell your doctor about ALL the medicines you take — Include prescriptions, over-the-counter (OTC) drugs, vitamins, and supplements - including samples your doctor provides.
Taking more than one medication? Need to know if certain foods will interact with your medication? This tool will check for any interactions with your drug, whether it's with food or with other medications. Don't stop taking any medication(s) without talking to your doctor first. To use the Drug Interaction Checker, visit the Drug Dictionary
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