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Suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. Taking folic acid, methotexate. Safe to take combination of medicines?

hi I am a RA doc gave me the folitrax 7.5 and folis acid tablets 5mg together...but i read on internet tht folic acid and methotexate should not be taken at same time.....other medicines which are given... tab shilcol 500...cap wanto....bruston for emergency...plss tell me if anything is anti to each other
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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It is necessary to take folic acid along with methotrexate to decrease the side effects of the medicines. The treatment that you have been given is accurate and you can continue with it as recommended.
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Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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