Hydrogen Peroxide Contraindication With Prescription Drugs

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want to try hydrogen peroxide therapy but now taking several presciption drugs: hydrochlorathiazide,coversyl, crestor, effexor, singulaire, reactin,insulin,aspirin

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Ben Says:

Hello, I have chronic pain in both feet, it was similar to rsd/crps but never had the sensitivity to touch. it has improved and i can run 5 min a day at present and will build this up with my physio. ikate gabapentin and amitriptyline and am thinking about taking hydrogen peroxide diluted in water. is it safe to take hydrogen peroxide with gabapentin and amitriptyline?

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mattie Says:

I am thinking about trying hydrogen peroxide theraphy, I and taking prescription iron pills, stool softeners, and vitamin D, should there be any problems

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