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Prescription Interactions Service

Do you look at your medicine chest and wonder about drug interactions between the various prescriptions and vitamins you may be taking?

Here's a nifty way to check for possible conflicts.    Get a list of everything you take... Everything: Prescribed medicines, vitamins, minerals, supplements, even herbs!

Then, use this link and follow the directions

Don't panic if the program reports major conflicts.   Some of those situations may be mitigated by your specific condition, and taken into consideration by your physicians.    Still, it would be wise to discuss these issues with your doctor at your earliest convenience.    And above all, don't stop taking any drugs or other medicines after reading your results without speaking with your doctor.    In many cases, the interactions have "settled" in and are working for you. --  Submitted by Jon Duffey, Zap Life