tricor,bad cholesterol,enalapril,high blood,metoprolol,high blood,doxycyline(rosacea),metronidazole(rosacea)meloxicam(arthritis)vicodin(pain)lyrica(fibromyaliga)boniva(bone loss) In addition my doctor want me to take vitamin b-12,c,d. Also calcium,osteo-bi-flex,fish oil,cholest off,horse chestnut. I also have pernacius anemia, and an veinus ulcer,onmy ankle for 6 months. I spend my days recording my medicines every hour so they won't interfer with each other. Can i take several medicines or vitamins,etc, together or will they interact?
I am a 69 year old woman taking 11 prescriptions a day. Levthyroxine(thyroid),metformin(diabetes)?
- 21 Feb 2010 by patricia ee
- 7 Apr 2010
- lyrica, tricor, vicodin, rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid disease, diabetes, type 2, rosacea, pain, enalapril, meloxicam, metformin, metoprolol, metronidazole, blood disorders
if you are taking these rx everyday, then you can take them together. the only thing that would designate which ones you take together, would be the ones you take multiple times a day. also look and see if any say to take with or without food or water, and then that will help you group them also. i believe if any of them would interact with each other, the doctor or pharmacist would have told you.
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