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Can vitamins interfere with any prescription medications?

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Yes, they can. So it is very important that you always check with your health-care provider or pharmacist before taking anything new. Make sure you list any vitamins you take on your personal medication list.

This list should be with you at all times, and you should show it to your pharmacist every time you pick up medication.

If you have any questions about drug interactions, get to know your pharmacist. You will be glad you did!

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