Rhinos Drug Reaction With Vitamin C?
Hello, I want to ask you for information that taking rhinos and vitamin C or other auto immune drugs will cancel each other’s effects. Is that right?
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First of all, I want to confirm in advance what you mean by autoimmune medicine? The drugs you mentioned (Rhinos and vitamin C) are not medicines to treat autoimmune diseases.
Rhinos are drugs that contain Pseudoephedrine and Loratadine. This drug is given to help reduce the symptoms of colds, sneezing, and nasal congestion, especially those caused by allergies. Meanwhile, vitamin C is just a supplement that the main purpose of administration is to overcome the symptoms of vitamin C deficiency or can also be given as additional therapy for certain diseases. Autoimmune diseases are diseases where the body's immune system works abnormally and attacks the body's own cells (it should only attack foreign microorganisms such as viruses or bacteria that enter the body or foreign cells such as cancer cells that grow in the body). Rhinos and vitamin C are not given to treat autoimmune diseases.
Regarding the use of Rhinos and vitamin C themselves, they may be used together because they do not have interactions with each other. Use together will not cause dangerous side effects or reduce the effectiveness of the work of one drug. Regarding other drug interactions, you should clearly state what you mean because drug interactions are very specific. Even drugs that come from one class can have different interactions with each other.
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