Answer: No you cant. Prilosec plus Plavix is contraindicated. Prilosec decreases the effects of Plavix by affecting the hepatic enzyme CYP2C19 metabolism which causes a high likelihood of serious or life-threatening interaction
Answer: Krill is a relative to shrimp, so it does not interfere with medications any more than the shrimp patter at sizzler, however it does help your body to utilize medications better, so talk with your Dr. especially if you are on blood thinners.
Yes, the brand name medication Plavix will eventually come off patent. As a matter of fact about two years ago there was a generic on the market in the US but it got pulled off the market - I believe the name brand manufacturer (Bristol-Myers Squibb) won a patent extension.
However, other countries do offer generics before they come available in the US. For example, Plavix equivalents are available now, manufactured by CIPLA Pharmaceuticals in India.
Answer: The short answer is no. According to Wikipedia, this is part of the tetracycline class of antibiotics. They are not chemically related to Penicillins or Sulfates. However, one should always consult with a qualified medical professional such as a doctor or pharmacist for possible drug reactions or interactions.
Answer: Anyone who has or is, developing an allergy, may need to get allergy shots. There are many ways one can develop an allergy: to outside or inside pollutants, allergic to dogs or cats, allergic to metals, etc.Usually one gets allergy shots when the allergic reaction is so bad and persistant, that they need to seek professional help.
Answer: The drug exists in a various price range between $42- $55 and is expensive. I had to buy some for my son and I was shocked seeing the price. But I found an amaxing offer, a certain website sells it for $39 and I tried and It was real and not bogus. I think it might help you.
Answer: Your doctor will know if it is safe for you to take aspirin and Plavix together and for how long. Generally, it is not recommended to take any other blood thinning agents while taking Plavix for risk of increased bleeding.