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IMPORTANT

Unfortunately, over the years my doctors have change my medications and due to my stomach conditions and medication interactions, I have been hospitalized many times.

Always check your medication Interactions, it could save your life. Just click you agree and fill in your medications, you do not have to register.

http://www.drugs.com...teractions.html

My intentions are to help, my advice maybe wrong, be your own advocate and know what is in your C-File and the 38 CFR that governs your disabilities and conditions.

Do your own homework. No one knows the veteran’s symptoms like the veteran. Never Give Up.

I do not give my consent for anyone to view my personal VA records.

 

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Thanks.

I have had problems in the past even simple things like grapefruit. Also alcohol can cause problems with your meds. Some of the bottles have warnings. You also need to take meds at right time. Antibiotics with meals,statin before bed time and metformin with meals.

Veterans deserve real choice for their health care.

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I just reviewed my meds and found a major warning for use of omeprazole and plavix. Been taking it for 3 years. Need to talk with Doc. I need both of them damit.

Veterans deserve real choice for their health care.

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Fentanyl is a drug that will cool you if you mix it with things like oxycodone and xanax. Your tolerance builds up and you don't even feel it until you stop breathing.

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