According to "Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics" at nature.com, "...omeprazole is unlikely to increase the risk of acetaminophen hepatotoxicity..."
Therefore, it seems that omeprazole (Prilosec OTC) is safe to take with acetaminophen (Tylenol). Just make sure that you are not allergic to either medicine and make certain that you consult your doctor or local pharmacist before beginning a new antacid regimen.
I hope so.
I have been mixing the two for 15+ years.
I am still kickin', not very high, but still kickin'.
ead the label and if there is no major drug then yes you can
No, But you can take Tums and Ambien! ;)
If you do, take it around the same time ; pantoprazole interferes with iron absorption.
I saw there is a Tums for Kids ages 2-11.
No, pure pantoprazole contains only pantoprazole.
Yes, tums lower acid in your stomach, in which there for allows methadone to absorb completely
Yes. Keppra is for the brain, tums are for the stomach. There's NO conflict.
no. the tums will settle your stomach but the marijuana will make you want to eat. if you have the need to take tums then when you smoke be sure not to eat things that will give you heart burn or acid reflux
is pantoprazole by wyeth gluten free
No! You shouldn't it take it while treatment.