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These pills do not belong in the tablet box   Diese Pillen gehören nicht in die Tablettenbox © t - Online

A tablet box for the week helps to keep an overview. But not every tablet is allowed in. An overview.

is as practical as a tablet box is: it is better not to keep some medication there. According to the Hesse State Pharmacist Chamber of Apothe, this includes shower and melted tablets as well as soft gelatin capsules. Because these dosage forms are sensitive to air humidity - for example, they can dissolve earlier than you actually want.

Sometimes the active ingredient is sensitive

and certain active ingredients also bind the moisture from the air particularly strongly. These are, for example, the cholesterol -lowering fluvastatin or the active ingredient sodium valporat, which is used in epilepsy.

The State Pharmacist Chamber has a tip on how to determine which medication is not allowed in the tablet box. If there are clues such as "Storage" and "Protect" from moisture in the package insert, the tablets are better waiting in blister and box until they are taken.

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