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In general, you should take medicine when you feel hungry. It means that you should take medicine about 1 hour before meal or 2 hours later because foods make absorption of new medicines change.

However, there are some special cases, for example, Polivitamin tablet should be taken in eating process because at that time, the body will absorb better. Specifically, you should ask doctor to know that medicine is taken when you feel hungry, you are eating or after that.

You should ask doctor to know that medicine is taken when you feel hungry, you are eating or after that.

You should ask doctor to know that medicine is taken when you feel hungry, you are eating or after that.

You should read leaflet that is attached. In addition, you should also ask about what kinds of food that you should abstain or limit in the time of taking medicine in prescription. You can refer to some following examples:

Some notes in treatment

1.      Fruit juice and lemon juice

They are wonderful source to provide body with vitamin. However, when you are taking medicine to prevent allergy and most of specific to reduce blood fat, you shouldn’t drink fruit juices especially grapefruit juice, orange juice, lemon juice…

You shouldn’t drink fruit juices in the time when you are taking medicine to prevent allergy.

You shouldn’t drink fruit juices in the time when you are taking medicine to prevent allergy.

Sometimes, you can drink; however, you must drink 2 hours after meal to cases that have to be cured in a long time.

Unexpected reactions: the above fruits (and juice) contain flavonoid compound that affects metabolism to new medicines that are told in liver - it can lead to increase about 3-5 times concentration of medicine in blood.

If you use fruit juices to take medicine (especially grapefruit juice), you will meet some unexpected effects such as heart rate’s disorder, headache or reduce blood pressure accidentally. So, the best way is that you should all of the new medicines with water that is boiled and cooled.

2.      Milk and products from milk

Milk contains a lot of calcium component that is used to consolidate teeth and bones. However, when you take antibiotic medicine, you should abstain or limit habit of using milk and finished products from milk (cheese, yoghurt) with a maximum rate.

Unexpected reactions:  Calcium reacts with antibiotic medicine and creates calcium salt that cannot melt in water. Consequently, medicine is absorbed one part through digestive system or is eliminated completely. As a result, effect is reduced remarkably and even no.

Time of curing can last and maybe it doesn’t bring expected effects. If you are crave for, for example, yoghurt, you can drink it about 2 hours that is between taking medicine and meal.

3.      Fats that have origin of animal

Our body needs it with little quantity to produce hormones such as estrogen or a catalyst. These substances help body absorb vitamins that can melt in fat (A, D, E, K).

However, if you take medicine to reduce blood pressure and adjust disorder of heart rate in the time that your menu has a lot of fats having origin of animal (fat meat, pork fat, butter), fat will make absorption of medicine increase.

Unexpected reactions: Taking antiarrhythmic before, in, after meal that is rich in animal fat can make heart rate slow and cause hypotension. In chronic treatment, sometimes, people allow eating something that is greasy; however, you must take medicine 1.5 hours before meal and 2 hours after meal that is illegal.

4.      Tea

You shouldn’t drink tea (especially black tea, brown tea and limit green tea with maximum rate) in the time that you have to take iron pills.

Unexpected reactions: Tannin compound in tea inhibits absorption of Fe in body. Therefore, drinking tea in the time that you need to provide Fe will be bad and have no effect. If you crave for tea, you can drink it at least 1.5 hours after taking medicine.

5.      Coffee and drinks that have caffeine

Coffee and these stimulating drinks are not ally with medicines that are used to treat asthma and bronchitis.

Unexpected reactions: Coffee (and drinks contain caffeine, for example, Coca Cola) can make effect of this new medicine increase.

Medicine contains Teofiline compound that affects sensory perception in cardiovascular system. It is similar to caffeine. If you drink coffee or drinks containing caffeine in the time that you take medicine to treat asthma and bronchitis, you will meet effect of overdose: headache, worry and disorder of heart rate. If you crave for it, you can drink a small glass/day and it is far away the time of taking medicine 60 minutes.

6.      Banana, avocado

Which characteristics are they similar to? Tyramine. The riper they are, the more this compound is. While Tyramine is enemy of some new medicines and antidepressant is among them.

Unexpected reactions: Eating banana, avocado before or after taking medicine can lead to state of high blood pressure or headache.

Eating banana before or after taking medicine can lead to state of high blood pressure.

Eating banana before or after taking medicine can lead to state of high blood pressure.

Some notes in taking medicine

The best way is that you should take medicine with water that is boiled and make cool.

Don’t take medicine with wine because a dangerous interactive reaction to health will take place. In addition, it even causes death.

You shouldn’t take medicine with hot water because it can destroy coating film of tablets or make caplet melt before they approach to stomach or bowel where medicine is absorbed by body.

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