Can You Consume Vitamin K With Furosemide And Glimepirid?
good afternoon, can vitamin K be consumed with furosemide and glimepirid?
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First of all, I want to confirm first, for what purpose do you consume vitamin K? Are there certain instructions from your doctor about taking vitamin K?
Basically vitamin K is a vitamin that is very important for the body and is needed especially in the process of blood clotting. However, this vitamin is only needed in small amounts and as long as you consume foods with balanced nutrition, the need for vitamin K can be fulfilled only from your diet. Additional vitamin K is only given in certain conditions (such as in newborns who have not been able to produce their own vitamin K, patients who experience bleeding due to consumption of drugs such as warfarin, patients who have impaired nutrient absorption due to any disease, patients with liver failure , etc).
If indeed you have been prescribed vitamin K by the doctor who treats you, then you may take vitamin K with the other medicines you mentioned (furosemide and glimepiride). If you have certain medical conditions or certain symptoms that make you want to consume additional vitamin K yourself, you should consult with your doctor first because there are certain medical conditions that make someone have to limit consumption of vitamin K (even from food alone) .
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