A drug interaction database can be found online at Drugs.com and at WebMD, but if a person has drug interaction questions, it is best to ask the doctor who prescribed the medication or medications. An online database cannot take into account the person's individual health history.
Drugs are not meant to be used in coordination with other drugs or other substances, such as alcohol. When a person uses two drugs that are not supposed to interact with one another, the consequences can range from frustrating symptoms to life-threatening complications. Before taking any kind of medication, every person should think about the other types of medications that they are taking and look for potential disastrous drug interactions. Alcohol should never be mixed with any kind of drug, notes the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.