Drug interactions occur when similar drugs or opposing drugs causing effects on the body when administered together. It occurs due to changes in absorption, metabolism, or elimination of drugs. They are of three types. They are drug-to-drug interactions where there is an interaction of drugs with other drugs, drug-food interactions where the drug interacts with food, and drug-disease interactions where the drug interacts with the disease.
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Query: Hello doctor, I have been prescribed the following medicines for my ED. I have attached a copy of the prescription below. 1. SBL Agnus Castus 1X (Q) 1 fl oz. Ten drops in one-fourth cup of water, three times a day, after food for two months. 2. Willmar Schwabe India Avena Sativa 200 CH 1 fl oz. Five... Read Full »
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