Drugs & Medications - MAXINATE oral
Who should not take MAXINATE oral?
Check with your physician if you have any of the following:
Diverticular Disease, Ulcer from Stomach Acid, Ulcerated Colon, Inflammation of the Lining of the Stomach and Intestines, Kidney Disease, Several Blood Transfusions, Diarrhea, Poisoning by Selenium, Iron Metabolism Disorder causing Increased Iron Storage, Increased Bodily Iron from High Red Blood Cell Destruction, Hemolytic Anemia
(DO NOT USE RETIRED CODE) IRON COMPLEX IRON ANALOGUES FOLIC ACID CONTAINING DRUGS ASCORBIC ACID (VITAMIN C) SELENIUM ANALOGUES TAURINE IODINE CONTAINING MULTIVITAMIN POTASSIUM CALCIUM NIACIN PREPARATIONS NICOTINAMIDE ANALOGUES BIOTIN CHOLINE ANALOGUES ZINC OXIDE COPPER RIBOFLAVIN (VITAMIN B-2) ZINC COBALT CALCIUM THREONATE DOCOSAHEXANOIC ACID (DHA) VITAMIN A ANALOGUES VITAMIN B6 PREPARATIONS - PYRIDOXINE VITAMIN B1 PREPARATIONS - THIAMINE VITAMIN D ANALOGUE CALCIUM CARBONATE MAGNESIUM OXIDE MAGNESIUM FISH CONTAINING PRODUCTS COBALAMIN AND DERIVATIVES VITAMIN E ANALOGUES
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