There is a lot to medication. You can’t expect yourself to know everything about a specific drug. Thus, you may have a lot of questions, depending on what you want to buy. For our part, we tried to describe most of them as thoroughly as possible on their respective pages.
On each of these pages, you can find the basic information (size, dosage, side-effects, indications, and so forth), substitutes, alternatives, and ‘generic’ versions. If you can’t find the other important details, you can Google them like most people or contact the specialist to get a reliable answer.
For a consultation about whether or not you should even take that product, you should better call your doctor. If the questions are more trivial, our specialists are more than qualified to answer them. You may have basic questions of pharmaceutical nature that doctors would be a little over-qualified to answer. These may include compatibility, different health aspects, side effects, contraindications, and even what dosage you need.
If these drugs are non-prescribed, then getting these details from a trusted source would be your best bet. The second-best bet would be to call your doctor and actually complain to them about your problems. It works best if you can afford such consultation, and especially if you actually do call them.
If you can’t, then we got you covered. It’s better than searching for solutions online, which is actually worse than doing nothing in most cases. Don’t hesitate to contact the specialists, the conversations are free and you can typically ask as many questions as you like.
For other information, you can view some articles that we have posted on this website, including materials that can help you better pick your medication, know the basic difference between the meds, and just be more aware of what you buy. Also, consider subscribing to our newsletter if you value the knowledge that much.