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Taking several medicines and vitamins. Taking as prescribed. Is it compatible with one another?

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I have a list of 21 different prescription drugs and a few vitamins being taken. Can I list them and get a report back on how or if they are compatable with one another. They are being taken daily as prescribed.
Posted Fri, 20 Sep 2013 in Medicines and Side Effects
Answered by Dr. Pankaj Malhan 11 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Please send me the drugs

Detailed Answer:
You can send me the list for opinion.
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Follow-up: Taking several medicines and vitamins. Taking as prescribed. Is it compatible with one another? 7 minutes later
Here is the list of prescription drugs in question. 1, Ritalin, 5 MG one per day, 2, Percocet 10-325 MG 1 tab as needed every 8 hrs, 3. MS Contin 30 mg and 15 mg 3 30MG per day & 1 15 MG at noon. 4. Vitamin D-3 Super Strenght, 2000 Unit take 2 per day. 5. Mylanta, 200-200-20 MG/5ML, 10 ml four time per day. 6. EffexorXR, 150 MG 1 capsule per day. 7. Carafate, 1GM 1 tab four times per day. 8. Synthroid, 50MCG 1 tab every morning. 9. Cymbalta, 60MG 1 cap at night. 10. Lyrica, 1 25 MG at noon, 1 75 MG at night. 11. Omeprazole, 40 MG 1 cap twice a day. 12. Vytorin, 10-40MG 1 tab per day. 13. Tizanidine XXXXXXX 4 MG 1 tab every 8 hrs for muscle spasms. 14. Loratadine, 10 MG 1 per day. 15. Metoclopramide, 10 MG 1/2 to 1 tab 30 min before meals and at bedtime as needed. 16. Alendronate Sodium, 35 MG 1 tab once a week. 17. Calcium + D, 600-200 MG-UNIT, 1 tab per day. 18. Maxalt, 10 MG 1/2 to 1 as needed for migrane 1 per day as needed. 19. Premarin, 0.625 MG/GM 1 day per wk. 20. Cyanocobalamin, 1000 MCG/
Answered by Dr. Pankaj Malhan 6 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Generic names

Detailed Answer:
Please send the generic names of the medicines as trade name differ from country to country.
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