Review: could Melatonin cause Vitamin k increased?
Summary: there is no Vitamin k increased reported by people who take Melatonin yet.
We study 2,228 people who have side effects while taking Melatonin from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Vitamin k increased and more.
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Melatonin has active ingredients of melatonin. It is often used in insomnia. (latest outcomes from 2,687 Melatonin users)
Vitamin k increased
Vitamin k increased has been reported by people with depressed mood, quit smoking, inhalation therapy, breathing difficulty, insomnia. (latest reports)
On Mar, 29, 2015: No report is found
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Drugs in real world that are associated with:
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- A study of drug interactions between Melatonin, Levothyroxine Sodium, Cilostazol, Bystolic, Cialis for a 67-year old man with Help With Sleep, Growth Hormone Deficiency, Pvd, Hbp, Bph. The patient has Nosebleed
- A study of side effects of Melatonin for a 24-year old man with Insomnia.
- A study of drug interactions between Melatonin, Premarin for a 3-year old girl with Sleeplessness, Adhesion. The patient has Head Discomfort
- A study of drug interactions between Melatonin, Valerian, Effexor Xr, Ativan, Thorazine for a 42-year old woman with Chronic Insomnia, Insomnia, Depression Suicidal, Anxiety. The patient has Weakness, Fatigue, Lower Blood Pressure, Dry Eyes
- A study of drug interactions between Melatonin, Levothyroxine Sodium, Metoprolol Tartrate And Hydrochlorothiazide, Celexa for a 61-year old woman with Sleep Aid, Thyroid Disorder, High Arch, Depression. The patient has Droopy Eye
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