Side Effects Of Using Stomach Acid Drugs At The Same Time?
Good evening, r nI am in a period of gastric and anxiety medication and my latest complaint is a ringing head and has consulted a specialist in internal medicine and a neurologist. I was given lansoprazole, sucralfate, domperidone, aprazolam and kalxetin by a specialist in the treatment of my stomach and anxiety. The neurologist gave me the drugs prednisone, KRS, HCV and flunarinzine (taken only when dizzy). I want to ask if the various drugs have interactions that could make my illness worse?
Medicines given by your internal medicine doctor or neurologist must have been carefully considered based on the results of the medical examination he conducted. Although there are drugs that will undergo drug interactions, doctors have considered that the benefits far outweigh the risks.
Some certain drugs when taken together will cause the effect of one or both of these drugs to be reduced, or the opposite is to increase. Some types of drugs can also cause side effects.
When going to two or more doctors, it would be better not to hesitate to say that you are currently undergoing any medication, so that the doctor can provide medicines that suit your needs but do not cause unexpected effects.
Some drugs are strictly prohibited to be taken together because the effects of the interaction of two or more drugs can cause severe effects, but there are also drug interactions that are not too dangerous so that it can be considered to change the dose or take precautions from the effects that may arise from drug interactions the.
Of the drugs Ade mentioned, some drugs have interactions, namely the drug alprazolam with kalxetin, then there is also the HCT drug with predinson. However, the two interactions were given by each doctor, where alprazolam and kalxetin were given by an internal medicine doctor while hct and prednisone were given by a neurologist. So Ade doesn't need to worry even though there is a doctor's interaction that has considered this. Unless there is an interaction between drugs given by internal medicine and drugs given by a neurologist, without being noticed by the doctor who treats you.
If you still have doubts, it doesn't hurt to consult your doctor again or the pharmacist profession.
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