What does it mean when a medication says "Take with food"? ... anti-
inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), narcotic pain relievers, antibiotics, and birth control
Mar 11, 2015 ... When the label on a drug says “take with food,” does that mean take it before,
during, ... And how much food is enough? ... pills and lettuce.
When taking tablets, it is important to take them as directed by your doctor. ... For
tablets that should be taken with or after food, a small amount of food is usually ...
It's better to take some medicines that can cause nausea or vomiting after a meal
to reduce these side effects. Examples include allopurinol, bromocriptine and ...
Feb 15, 2015 ... If your label says, "TAKE WITH FOOD," do you really HAVE to chow down or can
you skip the snack and just go ahead and pop the pills?
I have been prescribed mefenamic acid for painful periods. The patient leaflet
that came with the pills says that I need to take them "with or after ...
Many people who are taking tablets or other medicines are not sure about the
best ... If you have food in your stomach at the same time as you take a medicine,
Jun 17, 2015 ... Side Effects of Not Taking Pills With Food ... for your condition, or anti-nausea
medications to take in addition to your current treatment.
Eat bread. If you are trying to take a pill and just can't seem to get it to go down,
try using a piece of bread. Pull off a small ...
Feb 16, 2015 ... Is there some simple model of how do pills interact with food? .... Why does the
stomach ache if you take a brisk walk after lunch or dinner.