Can you eat grapefruit while taking lorazepam?
It is not recommended that you consume grapefruit products while taking this drug. Grapefruit increases the bioavailability of the drug, which increases the changes of drug toxicity.
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Is it safe to eat grapefruit while on Amoxicillan?
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Avoid eating grapefruit while taking Atenolol.
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The grapefruit will have no affect on you as you are taking the pill.
Hydrochlorothiazide is not affected by grapefruit.
Grapefruit juice and Sotalol?
There is no known interaction with losartan and grapefruit.
Eating grapefruit or drinking grapefruit juice will intensify the effects of xanax
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It is better to stay away from grapefruit while on blood pressure medication. if you really want to eat grapefruit give it full 24 hours without taking the medication, then you can eat grapefruit. When ready to get back on medication give it full 24 hours also.
Yes you can take grapefruit with perindopril. ACE Inhibitors are ok with Grapefruit.
Not if you want it to work.
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I did once and... vomited all night. For the second time when taking clindamycin, I noticed no vomiting. So, better avoid drinking grapefruit juice while taking clindamycin.
I am on Depakote, Clonazepam (Klonopin), Concerta & Prilosec and was concerned about eating grapefruit while on these medications (as I've heard that there can be a negative response while taking some medications and grapefruit together)... ~ I just called my pharmacist and listed all these medications for her, and she said that they are ALL FINE to take while eating grapefruit. YAY!~ She went on to say that mostly, there is a concern with… Read More
Grapefruit can increase the hypoglycemic effect of metformin. Talk to your doctor about it, you may be able to enjoy grapefruit in moderation.
According to medical personnel, eating grapefruit or drinking grapefruit juice causes a spike in blood pressure.
You can eat the fruit or drink the juice. When taking grapefruit to lower cholesterol,you must eat the fruit rather than drink the juice, because the pectin is in the pulp of the fruit. Grapefruit, as the fruit or juice, is generally recognized as safe by the FDA.
Yes you can. No interaction listed on BNF
Grapefruit and L-thyroxine are both processed in the liver and both display similar effects on the thyroid. Because of this, grapefruit can decrease absorption of L-thyroxine by about 10%. It is not advised to drink or eat grapefruit while on thyroid medication.
Yes, but it could be kind of rough on your troat
can bisoprolol be taken with grape fruit
I dont think so, but why?????
It is recommended that those taking Bisoprolol should avoid grapefruit while the medicine is in the system. Grapefruit juices can interfere with the enzymes breaking down the medication in the stomach.
There has been a lot of publicity about consuming grapefruit while on different medications. It is the citric acid which is cause for concern. When taking Lipitor, grapefruit, oranges and even blood oranges are not to be eaten.
I just checked it and it's on the safe list.
Eating grapefruit should be avoided when taking isotretinoin. Patient should also avoid wearing contact lenses because the drug can cause eyes to be dry.
No, because the effects of grapefruit on your medication lasts up to 72 hours in your system. It is recommended that you do not consume any grapefruit or grapefruit-like oranges (ie. cara cara oranges) while taking lipitor.
Grapefruit changes the metabolism of certain prescription medications. You should definitely contact your pharmacy or physician to get a good answer, but there is an interaction warning between grapefruit and zolpidem (Ambien).
Yes, you can take grapefruit with synthroid. However, do check with your pharmacist if you start any new medications because grapefruit can interact with other medications, such as statins.
You can if you want but I can't see anything in grapefruit that would make it unwise to eat while on ibuprofen. consult a doctor and check the label on the back/side
Yes you can take grapefruit with tricor. Tricor coming under fibreate family not the statin family. You should limit grapefruit juice and fresh grapefruit consumption while taking statins, as grapefruit can interfere with the liver's ability to metabolize these medications.
You cannot eat grapefruit while taking methadone because certain organic compounds in the grapefruit will inhibit certain enzymes in your intestine and, to a lesser extent, your liver. This means that because there are less of these enzymes floating around to break down the methadone, more of that methadone is in your bloodstream. Thus a toxic level may build up, rendering you dead from an opiate overdose.
Yes. While grapefruit interacts with many drugs' metabolism, I am unaware of any issues with lemons.
Yes you can, it will cause more fluids to leave the body, the same as lemons and oranges
Do not eat grapefruit while on coumadin.
Not advisable without your doctor's consent. There are certain medications where grapefruit will have the effect of accelerating the dosage (too much) and in others will decrease the dosage (not enough).
I called the pharmacist and he says yes. You can take norvasc and eat grapefruit.
Do not eat grapefruit when taking coumadin.
Probably. You are probably thinking of not being able to drink or eat grapefruit while taking calcium channel blockers (such as Amlodipene--trade name Norvasc) to lower blood pressure. CCBs work by relaxing the muscle wall of arteries reducing resistance to blood flow. Grapefruit has been shown to negate the effects of this drug.
No because it changes the way your liver metabolizes the Xanax, causing it to stay in your system for too long.
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You should probably not eat grapefruit or drink its juice while on antibiotics, but that is something that your pharmacist can verify for you.
Grapefruit generally enhances the effect or strength of any medication you may be taking.
According to the pharmacist at our local drugstore, he said you can eat a grapefruit, but he does not recommend drinking grapefruit juice because it would be too concentrated.
Limit the amount of grapefruit or grapefruit juice you may eat or drink while being treated with this medication, unless directed otherwise. Grapefruit juice may increase the amount of certain medications in your bloodstream. Consult your doctor or pharmacist for more details. It's a good idea to talk with your pharmacist before eating lot's of grapefruit, or citrus juice, some medications it interacts with how the medication works.
Pomelo is part of the grapefruit family. The grapefruit family should be avoided when taking statins because it affects the way the liver processes the medication and can make it less effective and cause undesirable side effects.