Magnesium With Losartan

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Craig Says:

I currently take 50 mg losartan daily. Would taking magnesium tartrate pose a risk?

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Roy Says:

Nothing specific was found with regards to Losartan and Magnesium interacting with one-another, so it should be okay [1].

What I did read, however, is that it is not recommended to take Magnesium if you consume alcohol regularly. "Excessive ethanol (e.g., alcoholism) may result in increased urinary excretion of magnesium. Avoid high intakes of ethanol while taking magnesium salts."

Source: [1] UCLA Health Drug Interactions Checker, always double check with your doctor or pharmacist.

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