my grandson is supposed to have adhd and the prescriptions are tenax and strattera, tenax lowers the blood pressure,is it safe for him take these together? I am not comfortable with having to give my grandson any kind of the adhd drugs, do you have any suggestions?
8 Nov 2009
Yes, it should be fine for him to take Tenex and Strattera together. There are no known interactions between these medicines. However, it does not mean that no interactions exist so if he does experience any odd symptoms please get him to see a doctor.
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