Just wondering if there are interactions between these? Thanks =)
Hi Countrygirlmarj; I am just going to explain to you how to do this right here on our site... This is what i would like you to do,,Get all your bottles next to your computer first,It is very Importaint this way you have all the meds,and the dose go to your home page where you sign in at.Where you see your name there is a line that starts with a home button or house go across that line and you well see drug interactions.Click on that at the bottom of the statement there is a button that says I agree click that, Then follow the directions by just putting one medication at a time on each line..As you type many different drugs well show up pick the right one and dose,like Mg. I.U. ect you well find it.or just keep typing the whole name and mg set that bottle aside and type the next one on the next line.keep doing this until you have all your vitamins and as close to the right strength Make sure you hit save.It's also good to put in things that you take that are things you just take once in a while..Make sure you put in all the vitamins things you buy over the counter and any prescriptions..Once your list is there it well come up with any interactions and if something is added later you can add it to your list and also take things off that you are not taking..The interactions are real clear from major interactions to minor ones that are not that big of deal.ALSO DON'T WORRY NOBODY ELSE CAN SEE THIS LIST IS ON YOUR PRIVATE LIST.if you do see anything Go to where you buy your vitamins and talk to the Pharmacist at the store you go with..This way you have all the right vitamins and mg that you are taking.it is real simple And for the record its a good idea to print this out and keep one on you (a list) so if you end up at a doctors office or Hospital you well have a list of everything you take... Any other questions feel free to post and ask... Have a good day and i hope this well help you...
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