Yes, estrogen products may increase thyroid-binding globulins and decrease the amount of thyroid hormones in the body. It may be necessary to increase the dose of thyroid replacement meds from your current regimen.
Answer: Immediate release medication is designed so that the activeingredient gets into the bloodstream quickly, and in the full dose.Time-release medication dissolves much more slowly and is thereforeabsorbed at a much lower rate, over an extended period of time.
Taken the other way around, most hypertension meds should not be taken with decongestant-containing (pseudoephedrine, phenylpropanolamine) allergy medications. Try to use products with antihistamines, as Claritin, Tavist, Benadryl, Chlor-Trimeton.
Answer: Prescription medications are name brand products such as Anaprox, (which is used for pain, fevers, and an anti-inflammatory) that is more expensive to produce, and has a higher milligram dosages such 500mg that would be need to be filled with a script from a Dr. in order to get it. Over the Counter medications are a generic name of medication such as Aleve that has the same ingredients as the name brand product, but is made at a cheaper price, has a lower dosage, and you can buy it OTC.