Diclofenac And Other Drugs

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Cheryl Says:


I would like to know if there are any possible side effects from taking diclofenac 50mg and zetia and topamax. I would also like to know what smoking has to do with diclofenac,and also methotrexate. Thank-You



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Su Says:

Methotrexate is extremely toxic and needs to be taken with folic acid. Diclofenac is hectic on your stomach

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Verwon Says:

I didn't find any interactions listed between the mentioned medications, but it's always wise to double check such information to be safe.

However, there is an issue with taking the Diclofenac and the Methotrexate at the same time, since the NSAID tends to increase the levels of the Methotrexate, which could be dangerous.

Learn more Diclofenac details here and you can learn more Zetia details here and there are more Topamax details here and there are more Methotrexate details here.

And I am not aware of any specific pharmacological interactions between any medications and smoking, it's really just the overall ill health effects of smoking that are of concern.

Are there any questions or comments?

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