Taking Vitamin B Together With Cold Medicines?
, is it dangerous if vitamin B complex tablets and decolgen (cold medicine) are taken together?
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For vitamin B complex drugs and drugs as mentioned above, until now there has been no research evidence that found dangerous drug interactions if both drugs are taken together. The flu drug has anti-histamine content to reduce flu symptoms, while the B complex contains various vitamins B1 to B12.
Drug interactions that need to be considered when taking Vitamin B complex drugs together with nyericolchicine, blood glucose lowering drugs, potassium inhibitors, potassium-containing drugs, antibiotics, anticonvulsants, gastriceprazole or lansoprazole drugs, anti-hypertensive drugs ACE inhibitors, aspirin blood thinning drugs, H2 inhibitors, antibiotics, anticonvulsants, gastrointestinal drugs or lansoprazole, antihypertensive drugs ACE inhibitors, blood thinning drugs aspirin, H2 inhibitors, contraceptives oral, vitamin C and zidovudine supplements. because it can reduce absorption by the body against Vitamin B12.
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Advice that I can give, you should take the medicine according to doctor's recommendations and prescriptions, then multiply drinking mineral water at least 2L per day.
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