Wednesday, November 27, 2013

P450 Drug Interaction Table – Department of Medicine at Indiana University

Here's a good place to do a little studying up. Always make sure your doctor has done suffucient research on how your medications may interact. An error can cause kidney or liver damage, or worse. Here is a table that you can use to do some research yourself.

If in doubt about drug-to-drug interactions, always ask your pharmacist. It is their business to know about drug interactions. And remember, herbs are drugs, too. Your pharmacist may not know much about herbs, so it's important to ask your Lyme doctors, naturopath, herbologist, and online support groups about your herbs, and how they may interact with your pharmaceutical medications.

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