I am taking medicine which instructions state don't take with SODAS or ENERGY DRINKS. Does that mean I should not take them with Apple?
Juice or Orange Juice, Hawaiian Punch, or Lemonade. Please explain. Thanks.
- k wLv 77 months ago
ask the pharmacist to explain it.......
- LindaLv 77 months ago
No, it means no soda or energy drinks because they usually contain caffeine. Juice is fine.
- TavyLv 77 months ago
Apple is NOT a soda or energy drink. It's fruit juice.
- Serene ELv 77 months ago
Uh....you don't understand the words soda and energy drinks??? None you listened are those.
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- PearlLv 77 months ago
i would ask your doctor about it
- A.J.Lv 77 months ago
Caffeine in some soda's and energy drinks interacts with some medicines affecting how they work. As a stimulant, caffeine could affect others not shown here to some extent
Tizanidine(Zanaflex) (severe) Low blood pressure, dizziness, light-headedness, and fainting.
Caffeine and Cymbalta
Grapefruit Juice often has interactions.
- TulipLv 77 months ago
Just take it with water moron
- Anonymous7 months ago
Contact your doctor or pharmacy for questions about your medication, not the internet.
- LaurieLv 77 months ago
It means to avoid carbonation and large amounts of caffeine
- GregLv 77 months ago
Not enough data. Look up the medication and see what it says.