Most medications come with a sheet that explains what the medication is and how to take it safely. But most medication labels and patient handouts don't list every possible medication interaction. Interactions may cause the drug to be more or less effective, or cause effects on the body that are not expected.
We recommend telling your practitioner about your treatments at Pilot so they may check for interactions when they prescribe you a new medication. It is best to avoid taking medications together until their interactions have been checked. If you are unsure whether any medication, supplement or herbal remedy you take can interact with your treatment, please message our Medical Support Team here.