Mineral oil and docusate should not be used in combination. Docusate is an emulsifying agent which will increase the absorption of mineral oil. Bisacodyl tablets are enteric coated, and so should not be used in combination with antacids.
Interactions occur between their eletrospheres, where their valence electrons are located.
there are no significant drug interactions associated with eating foods containing omega-3 fatty acids
Interactions occur between different animals and the way they take in their habitats
by the interactions of their electrons
Anyone who takes gammaglobulin should let the physician know all other medicines he or she is taking and should ask whether interactions with gammaglobulin could interfere with treatment.
When atoms combine interactions occur between their electrons. In most cases they will share or give electrons to the other atoms.
At their boundaries.
Used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine without reported interactions. Modern studies needed for interactions with Western pharmaceuticals.