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Can Pravastatin, Methyltestosterone, Levothyroxine and Alprazolam be taken together?

Hello , I am trying to see if I have any drug interaction , with what I have been taking . Any help would be Greatly Appreciated. My Current Medications are * Pravastatin 20 Mg daily For Cholesterol * Estrogen- Methyltestosterone 1.25-2.5 Mg a Day * Progesterone 100 Mg Hormones *Escitalopram 20 Mg a Day Antidepressant * Levothyroxine 0.025 Mg Right Thrroid removed. *Alprazolam When needed for anxiety I m Going to be starting Ferrous Sulf 325 Mg 3X a Day anemic. Thank You For Your Help Sheri
Mon, 20 Nov 2017
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Hi, I have read your question and understand your concerns.

Answer: Other than ferrous sulfate, the rest of medications do not have any known/significant interaction.

There is a chance that ferrous sulfate might decrease the level of levothyroxine for which close monitoring is recommended.

Hope this helps. And do not hesitate to ask for any further clarification.
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Can Pravastatin, Methyltestosterone, Levothyroxine and Alprazolam be taken together?

Hi, I have read your question and understand your concerns. Answer: Other than ferrous sulfate, the rest of medications do not have any known/significant interaction. There is a chance that ferrous sulfate might decrease the level of levothyroxine for which close monitoring is recommended. Hope this helps. And do not hesitate to ask for any further clarification.