Charcoal Interaction With Medications

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Conrad Says:
Does charcoal tablets interact with Zocor, Nexium, Zoloft or Flomax ? I have diverticulitis and wat to use it to help with the gas problem from high fiber diet.

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Verwon Says:
There are no problems listed between using it and your medications, but you should check with your doctor or pharmacist to be certain.

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Denise Says:
Can I take charcoal tablets while I am taking Lipitor Antorvastatin ?

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Roy Says:
You should be fine, there should not be any interactions between Lipitor and charcoal. Of course it is always a good idea to verify with your doc since they know your medical history too.

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