According to Drugs.com, drinking alcohol can worsen certain side effects of Clomid, such as problematic vision and dizziness, making it necessary to combine the two drugs cautiously. No particular interactions between Clomid and other medications are known as of 2014, but these may exist.
Clomid haspotentially negative interactions with a number of medical conditions, according to Drugs.com. Consultation with a healthcare provider is advised if a patient is taking prescription or non-prescription medications or supplements. Such consultation is also advised for women who are pregnant or planning pregnancies and for patients with depression, endometriosis, ovarian cancer, allergies or thyroid and adrenal gland problems.Learn More
A person should never mix naproxen and ibuprofen. The two can be taken at different intervals as long as there is an adequate amount of time in between doses.Full Answer >
Methadone blocks the brain's receptors that are affected by opiates such as oxycontin and other prescription drugs. This allows users to have a more gradual detox rather than the harsh, painful detox experienced without methadone.Full Answer >
You can take Claritin and Benadryl together, but the effect of both drugs overlap, according to BJC HealthCare. Both Claritin and Benadryl are antihistamines, which means that taking them together would be duplicating the active drug of each medication.Full Answer >
It is safe to take Tylenol and Sudafed together, according to WebMD. However, certain drugs combine pseudoephedrine, which is the generic ingredient in Sudafed, and acetaminophen, found in Tylenol. If this is the case, additional Sudafed or Tylenol should not be taken in order to avoid an overdose.Full Answer >