Side Effects Of Taking OAT With Hepagard?
Good evening Febri, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The medicine for the liver that you mentioned is a medicine that belongs to the herbal group containing the extract of the sliybum marianum plant, cynarae folium, and curcuma longa rhizoma. This drug is included in the class of over-the-counter drugs intended for those with certain liver disorders. So far, there have been no records of those who are contraindicated or abstained from administering this drug, nor has there been any potential side effects that could result from its use.
Regarding your question, consumption of OAT should not be used in conjunction with this drug. OAT can be taken alone without having to depend on other drugs, so you are free to take each of these drugs individually. However, it is precisely about whether OAT and the herbal medicines you consume cause reactions to each other, that's what we haven't been able to inform, because so far there has been no research focused on this. Although, apart from that, if all these drugs you get from a doctor's prescription, it should not be a problem because your doctor would have considered it. So, hopefully answering your question.