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Drug interactions loratadine
Common Questions and Answers about Drug interactions loratadine
Took Dicyclomine at 8:50 am and Loratadine at 4 pm My question is can I take Alprazolam 0.5 mg
I been having panic attacks this week and feel nervous am going to be alone today can I take Alprazolam if I get a panic attack or feel very nervous because I already took the 2 other pills
I take Dicyclomine for inflammation in stomach and took Loratadine because was having bad sinus.
This morning the pain is still there as is some slight nausea though I was able to eat something. Does anyone know of druginteractions between Anacin and Progesterone? Is there something else it could be?
There're few web sites that shows "drug interactions", and "drug/herb/food interactions" ...do a search online for words in " ",I am sure you'll find your answers.....if not, please feel free to message me and I'll send you a link.
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