When you take two or more medicines, they will likely mix well. On certain occasions, you might have what’s called a “drug-to-drug interaction.”
This means that some medicines you take together may cause an adverse reaction in your body. For example, a “drug-to-drug” interaction could:
- make your medicines not work as well (weaken them)
- make one or more of the medicines too strong and cause unwanted side effects, which could be deadly
TIP: Talk to your pharmacist about all medicines you take and ask if they mix well together.