If your doctor(s) are all aware who prescribed the medications, then yes; however, there are many apps and websites where you may check for potential drug interactions and they allow you to enter as many different kinds as you take. It may be a good idea to do a self-check and then ask yourdoctor if anything concerning to you does show up - but remember even those warnings aren't always reasons to stop your medicine regimen because the doctor may be weighing the risks and if you need the medicine more, then it is a valid reason to continue. Also, be sure to ask your doctor any and all questions that will help you feel ok inside about your medicine routine. It's important you advocate for yourself or have someone with you who will if it makes you uncomfortable to ask your doctor why or how they chose how to go about your medical care.
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