Can You Take Cold Medicine Together With Acetazolamide?
This is how I am undergoing treatment for postoperative victrectomy + silicon retinal detachment. And now in my eyes there is still silicon, which makes the intraocular pressure of the eye unstable so I am required to routinely drink glauseta. But my condition is not good with cold fever. Can I take the glauseta medicine along with the decolgen paracetamol?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The drug you use postoperatively contains generic acetazolamide and is a prescription drug, while the drug you mentioned next has generic paracetamol, phenylpropanolamine, and chlorphenyramine maleate which are limited over-the-counter drugs and are often used to treat flu and cough symptoms.
Regarding your question, so far there is no interaction between all of these components, which means you can use it together without worrying about the harmful effects that might arise. It's just that you still have to use drugs as recommended and if your condition does not improve, immediately consult a doctor to get further treatment.
In addition, if you feel drowsiness when using these two drugs, do not force it to drive a vehicle or operate heavy equipment. Get enough rest, and take a day off if necessary. So, hopefully answering your question.