Re: [FH] Re: OT - slightly - Can I package two medicines together?
- I asked my husband about this this morning
he takes Atenolol for his mitral valve prolapse.
He says he has taken drugs like that together
but he wouldn't suggest it. Always best to
keep apart just in case.
"Whoever wants to know something about me,
must observe my paintings carefully and try to
see in them what I am".
From: cococy45 <czyonov@...>
Sent: Sun, August 29, 2010 8:52:05 AM
Subject: [FH] Re: OT - slightly - Can I package two medicines together?
We were told to give pepcid separately from the other meds. Mellie takes
atenolol and tumilK (low potassium) which we do combine in 1 gelcap. However,
she rarely needs pepcid.
carol and mellie
--- In email@example.com, "crfcatsa" <crfcatsa@...> wrote:
> I would like to pack two medicines in a gel-cap. I give atenolol and pepcid,
>half and quarter tablet respectively. I would like to put both into a gel-cap
>and fill up a weekly pill dispenser to make it easier for me to pill. Is there
>any problem with storing two different pills together over a short time like
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