Taking Brexin with Other Medicines: Tell the doctor about any other medicines being taken or took recently (in the last week) - even medicines brought without a prescription. Medicines can sometimes interfere with each other. The doctor may limit the patient's use of piroxicam or other medicines, or the patient may need to take a different medicine. It's especially important to mention: if the patient is taking apirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for pain relief; if the patient is taking corticosteroids, which are drugs given to treat a variety of conditions such as allergies and hormone imbalance; if the patient is taking anticoagulants such as warfarin to prevent blood clots; if the patient is taking any drugs, such as acetylsalicylic acid to prevent platelet clumping; if the patient is taking diuretics, ACE inhibitors and angiotensin II antagonists, used in case of blood high pressure or heart diseases; if the patient is taking lithium, used to cure depression; if the patient is taking antibacterial quinolone drugs, used to treat bacterial infections; if the patient uses intra-uterine devices.
If any of these applies to the patient, tell the doctor immediately.
Taking Brexin with Food and Drinks: It is advisable not to drink alcohol during the treatment with BREXIN.