A Combination Of Drugs That Can Be Taken?
. I went to a clinic yesterday for a doctor who took Trifacort Prednisone, triangular red pill, caplet anaton, etamox amoxillin, and orange pill (increased appetite). Are all the medicines I mentioned safe to take? Or are there drugs that should not be taken with other drugs?
Thank you for the question.
It should be clarified, what are the actual complaints that you experience until you finally see a doctor and prescribed these drugs?
Some of the drugs you mentioned are types of anti-inflammatory drugs (prednisone), anti-cough colds (anaton), and also antibiotics (amoxillin). Unfortunately, you didn't say exactly what the name of the red triangle orange pill is. So, we have difficulty identifying it, because there are so many drugs with this characteristic shape and color.
In prescribing a drug, doctors must not be careless. First, the doctor must make a work diagnosis, which is based on the results of interviews, physical examinations, or other supporting tests conducted. After that, the doctor will prescribe a drug, of course by also considering the nature and characteristics of the drug, so it does not cause negative interactions between drugs, but at the same time can also help alleviate your complaints and cure the disease.
Without checking you directly, knowing the details of the complaint that you are experiencing, and knowing what exactly the names of all the drugs your doctor gives you, it is certainly not right for us to judge whether the treatment your doctor has given you is correct or not.
Our advice, if you are in doubt, ask directly with the doctor who prescribed it, or ask for a second opinion by going to another doctor.
I hope this helps.