Tylenol is safe to take when you are pregnant, so i would assume its safe to take with most other medicines...however, i am not medically intelligent..my suggestion is to call your local hospital and ask them - every time i have questions, they are always happy to help! Asking someone in the medical profession would be way better than people on the internet.
You certainly can. All tums do is increase the absorption rate. I used to take half the 5mg with Tums instead of taking the full 10mg alone. I found that I got more of an effect that way, and I could also save the pills for when I really needed them.
Yes, but keep in mind that the tums will make the phen stay in your body longer. Antacids can increase phen by making our kidneys reabsorb more instead of excrete it.
No, But you can take Tums and Ambien! ;)
I have to say yes! Tums are Calcium and you need that when you are pregnant. Taking calcium supplements are good to keep the baby's and your bones healthy. Check out http://www.tums.com/Calcium.aspx for more info.
Things containing calcium and magnesium can interfere with ciprofloxacin, making it less effective. Try to avoid things like tums or maalox if you can, but if you have to take these try not to take them close to the time that you take the ciprofloxacin (for example take it 2 hours before or 6 hours after you take your maalox/tums). As for milk, same thing, just try not to take them at the same time.
When it comes to taking care of tummy problems, Rolaids is better than Tums. This is because Rolaids contains more indigestion medications than Tums does.
I saw there is a Tums for Kids ages 2-11.
This study indicates you can take prilosec while taking ciproflaxacin: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/529197
Yes, tums lower acid in your stomach, in which there for allows methadone to absorb completely
You should not take Tums (calcium carbonate) with Quetiapine without first consulting with your healthcare provider. Calcium carbonate can decrease the absorption of Quetiapine in your body, which may reduce its effectiveness. Therefore, it is important to check with your doctor or pharmacist before taking Tums or any other antacid with Quetiapine. Your healthcare provider can advise you on the best way to take your medications and whether any adjustments need to be made to your dosages or timing of administration.
Prunes and check what you eat. You can also use the small laxatives they have at the pharmacy.