Kurzyme Swiss Labs Enzime Replacement

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I just purchased a supplament by the name of KurZyme to replace enzimen that foods do not supply. How safe is KurZyme? I take quite a few medications, would it be safe for me to take with perscriptipn drugs?



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battwick Says:

Is Kurzyme safe to take with the prescription drug Sotalol i take for for Atrial Fibrillation?

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Verwon Says:

For anyone else seeking such information, since Kurzyme is an over the counter supplement, it has not been tested for interactions with prescription medications, since it is not required that they do so.

However, since these supplements can affect digestion, anyone that is on any medications, or a special diet of any type, should definitely check with their doctor, before taking it.

In some cases, you may not absorb enough of certain medications for them to retain their therapeutic effect, or you may absorb too much of others that could cause overdose or nasty side effects. It may also alter the absorption of certain nutrients.

Are there any questions or comments?

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