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The short answer is no, it will take forever for a drug to pass through skull bones. The usual reason to apply drugs on skin is if you want them to act right there, on the skin. Acne creams fit here. You need less drugs, you get where it is needed sooner, and you have fewer off-target effects, when compared to taking them by mouth. The brain is not "right ...
Drugs.com provides good lists of side effects when combining drugs. Just type (drug) interactions into Google and it should come up. Then you can click on a given drug and see how dangerous the two are together/what they can cause. Of course, your doctor is always the best resource.
I would like to start by suggesting you talk to whoever prescribed you the drug or your pharmacist. They should be most up to date with interactions and there are some interactions which may only affect you more seriously because of your medical history or current conditions. Here are some sites that you can check drug interactions in order of popularity: ...
Closest I reached: Source: Page 105, The Complete Recovery, By Anthea Hatfield Google Book
Fungi cannot develop resistance that quickly. Potassium permanganate is only used to clean wounds. Therefore, the reimmerging of the fungus may be because it wasn't killed in the first place. I suggest antifungal cream should be used generously to kill the roots of the fungus in his hands/feet.
The exact mechanism is not known: Modafinil has wake-promoting actions similar to sympathomimetic agents like amphetamine and methylphenidate, although the pharmacologic profile is not identical to that of sympathomimetic amines. [...] Modafinil-induced wakefulness can be attenuated by the α1-adrenergic receptor antagonist prazosin; however, Modafinil is ...
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