Our expert says:
Warfarin is a difficult drug for patients to live with, because of its many interactions with “ordinary “substances, like the components of foodstuffs.
Concor, luckily for you, is different. This is a beta-blocker used to lower pulse rate and blood pressure. It is affected by interactions with other substances, but these are largely other drugs. Aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatories like Voltaren or Myprodol, to name just two of the many, can decrease Concor’s anti-hypertensive effect. In the realm of foodstuffs, the only really important ones to watch out for are ginseng and ginko. These both raise blood pressure, so are best avoided in patients who already have a BP problem. I can find no mention anywhere of Vit E causing a problem. In any case, the dose you are taking is very small, so I cannot see any problems arising from it.
Keep up the good lifestyle.
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