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    clomid in milk

    The liquid clomid is nasty, i tried it w/ lemonade, coke, water, all nasty.
    I found that when i add it to milk, you can't even taste the clomid, this is great, but a buddy of mine said that he thinks milk counteracts a lot of drugs, he says that's why they tell you to give a kid milk if he swallows something poisonous. Anybody know if i'm wasting my clomid?

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    bump, anyone?

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    I've been told not to take milk with medications before because it hinders absorbtion, but that was only with anti-biotics. I'd think the same would apply to most anything though. Just get some gell caps.

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    ah, gel caps? you can buy them and put the clomid in?

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    Gel Caps now Thats a damn good idea.

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    Use grape juice, it works on all kind of meds to increase uptake. Or be hard and just shoot that big ml down your throat

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    Milk and Dairy Products do binde to some drugs, I know a couple antibotics get affected , but sure on anything else though

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    Cipro and Tetracyclines bind to milk proteins. Increasing or decreasing the pH of stomach alters how certain drugs get absorbed. That is the reasoning for drinking grapefruit juice (high acidic) vs. lets say applejuice (more basic). Call your Pharmacist for questions like these, they know all this stuff.

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    tial and error is a biatch

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