It is possible to take alprostadil with or without food. If you feel upset stomach, take it with food. It is possible to take alprostadil every day or on a daily basis (“PRN”) as needed. It is normal for your healthcare provider to limit how many doses you should take in one day.
What Food Interacts With Xanax?
Grapefruit and grapefruit juice may interact with ALPRAZolam, which can result in potentially dangerous side effects. Your doctor may be able to tell you how to use grapefruit products. Your doctor should be consulted before you increase or decrease the amount of grapefruit products in your diet.
What You Shouldn’t Take With Xanax?
In addition to herbs, nicotine, illicit drugs, dietary supplements, and non-prescription drugs, Xanax can also be dangerous if taken in combination with other drugs. It is not recommended to take Xanax with grapefruit or grapefruit juice, or with herbal or dietary supplements such as kava kava, melatonin, dehydroepiandrosterone, DHEA, or St. John’s.
What Foods Should Be Avoided When Taking Xanax?
Professionals should advise patients not to drink grapefruit juice or grapefruit during alprazolam treatment. It is not recommended to use grapefruit juice or alprazolam due to the possibility of elevated alprazolam concentrations, which can cause prolonged sedation and respiratory depression.
What Should You Avoid Taking With Xanax?
You should be aware that alprazolam can also cause drowsiness, which can affect your ability to react. Alprazolam should not be combined with alcohol, other CNS depressant medications such as narcotic painkillers (opioids), or any other drug that makes you sleepy, or drives you or does harzardous things.
What Should Be Avoided When Taking Benzodiazepines?
There are benzodiazepines that may interact with grapefruit and grapefruit juice, including midazolam, triazolam, and alprazolam. When taken in conjunction with grapefruit juice, these drugs can raise blood levels of these drugs, which can have potentially dangerous side effects.