Not Sure If Medicine Can Be Taken Together

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Julie Says:
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I was prescribed Gastrocrom and Domperidome, can they be taken together?
If so, is there any side effects?



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David Says:

Hi Julie,

The only drug interactions I found listed under Domperidone are if you were to take it with certain antibiotics or antifungal medications that have been known to increase the plasma concentration of Domperidone as well as it's potential for causing side effects. Nothing though is listed between Gastrocrom and Domperidone, so I would still encourage you to take that up with your doctor as a precautionary measure for more specific details.

However even if there aren't any interactions, each medication's individual side effects are still at play and would also be something to watch out for; not to be mistaken for possible drug interactions or vise versa. Though I believe this is something you and your doctor can best determine upon closer evaluation if you did experience symptoms of some kind.

I hope this helps!

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