Side Effects Of Taking Cold Medicine With A Gap That Is Too Close?
, I am 25 years old. I want to ask, this morning around 07.30 I was taking rhinos flu medicine. Well, around 10:00 I was taking the medicine again because it was forgotten. Will too close a distance have harmful effects? Please explain, thank you.
Hello Hanim, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
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Consumption of the same drug in close time can sometimes not cause harmful effects, and sometimes it can. Each drug has phases through which the drug is taken, to cause its effect, and until the rest of the drug is removed from the body. The time needed for each drug to work is different.
Take the same medicine for rhinos in the same time as you do, if this does not continue to occur, the possibility of a dangerous effect may be small. This will affect the dose of drugs in the body. You don't need to worry if you forget to take this medicine only occasionally. But still pay attention to side effects that arise, such as nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, palpitations, rapid heartbeat, even heart rhythm disorders. Consult a doctor if you experience it or experience other disturbing complaints.
To help you remember your medication schedule, you can apply a number of these things to your convenience, such as:
Use reminders or alarms on the phone. Write a medication schedule and place it where you go often, such as a table or cabinet door, etc. Consumption of drugs in conjunction with daily activities, for example after breakfast, after a toothbrush, or before going to bed. Ask your partner, family, coworkers or relatives to help remind you to take medicine when it's time. That's all the answers I can give. Thank you :)