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Can milk neutralize drugs?

Can milk neutralize drugs?

Milk can interfere with how iron is absorbed in the stomach, and the calcium found in dairy products can prevent the body from absorbing tetracycline and ciprofloxacin antibiotics and thyroid medication, so you get less of the active compound in your bloodstream.

How do you neutralize medicine in your body?

giving activated charcoal, which acts in the digestive tract to absorb the drug. inducing vomiting to remove the substance from the stomach. pumping the stomach to remove the substance from the stomach. giving intravenous fluids to help speed up the body's removal of the substance.