Nexium And Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplements Taken With Meloxicam

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Booboo Says:


I now am taking nexium 45 minutes before my first meal of the day. At the next meal I take a calcium/vit D/magnesium supplement. When can I take meloxican for inflammation in my sacroiliac joint and so that mobic will not interfere with the benefits of the supplement and nexium.



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Jenna Says:

Hello,

My research states that Meloxicam can be administered without regard to timing of meals or accompanying administration of antacids. I'm not quite sure if this would work the same when it comes to vitamins- but I believe you would be ok to take the Meloxicam about 30 min- 1 hour after you take the vitamins. If you experience any changes in the effectiveness of your vitamins while taking the Meloxicam, it would be a good idea to contact your physician.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Meloxicam Details

I hope this helps!

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Verwon Says:

Were you given any special instructions?

It's usually the antacids and supplements that interfere with medications, not the other way around, but I didn't find any issues listed between these ones.

Learn more Mobic details here and you can learn more Nexium details here.

You could ask your pharmacist to see if they know more.

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Booboo Says:

Thanks for the info. Very much appreciated.

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