PreferaOB Drug Interactions

PreferaOB Drug Interactions Explained

The following sections explain in detail the potentially negative interactions that can occur when PreferaOB is combined with any of the drugs listed above.
 
Bisphosphonate Medications
The minerals in PreferaOB may decrease the amount of bisphosphonate absorbed into the body. Because bisphosphonates are generally not recommended for pregnant women, this interaction is usually not a problem. If your healthcare provider recommends that you take PreferaOB and a bisphosphonate, make sure to take PreferaOB at least two hours after your bisphosphonate dose.
 
Fluoroquinolone ("Quinolone") Antibiotics
The minerals in PreferaOB may prevent fluoroquinolone antibiotics from being adequately absorbed into the body. If your healthcare provider recommends that you take PreferaOB and a fluoroquinolone antibiotic, make sure to take the antibiotic at least two hours before, or six hours after, your PreferaOB dosage.
 
Medications That Thin the Blood
In theory, the omega-3 fatty acid (DHA) in PreferaOB+DHA™ and PreferaOB ONE™ (but not in the basic PreferaOB) could increase the risk for bleeding when taken in combination with medications that thin the blood, such as antiplatelet and anticoagulant medications. Many medications that thin the blood are not recommended for use in pregnant women. However, if these medicines are taken together, it is a good idea to watch for and report any unusual bleeding or bruising.
 
Orlistat
Some of the vitamins in PreferaOB will not be adequately absorbed into the body if you take Orlistat. This interaction is not likely to be a concern, however, as Orlistat is a weight loss medication and is generally not recommended for use during pregnancy.
Pregnancy and Pain

PreferaOB Vitamin Information

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