Ask The Doctors: March 2010

Your concerns about taking numerous drugs-a situation doctors refer to as "polypharmacy"-are well-founded. The more medications one takes, the greater the chance of experiencing side-effects. The possibility of drug-to-drug interactions is also multiplied. Your pharmacist or physician can screen for such interactions with readily-available computer programs. If youre not sure if this has been done, ask.
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