Has slowed down to 48-55, and I head-ache, tired. Also take fursomide. Are these drugs interacting?
If you're having all of your prescriptions filled at the same pharmacy, the pharmacist should be checking for interactions before giving you the prescriptions. If you're filling them in different pharmacies, it may make it harder for a pharmacist to catch an interaction. Either way, I think you should call a pharmacist, let them known the names and dosages of all your medications (even OTC) and tell them of the side effects you're having. In the mean time, I can check on the interaction checker and see what it says.
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