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    GailMarie60 posted:
    There used to be an access to a menu that you could list all the medications you are taking and see if there were any drug interactions. For example you don;t take you Thyroid medication with your blood pressure medication. You take them at separate times.

    Where is this handy interactive area hidden. Or Did WebMD remove it.
    I need to find it or find out it's new name so I can located it. It's hard to bbelieve the site just eliminated it! It was one of it best features.

    Does anyone know where this site has been relocated and what the new name is?
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    Olivia_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi GailMarie!

    Here is a link to our Drugs and Medications database , where you can look up your medications and find what may interact with what you're taking.

    I hope this is what you're looking for.

    Take care,
    Olivia


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