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What should I avoid while taking garlic?

While taking garlic, avoid certain drugs that may adversely interact with this supplement. These include blood thinners (anticoagulants and antiplatelets), HIV/AIDS drugs, isoniazid, saquinavir, birth control pills, cyclosporine, and any drugs processed through the liver. Talk to your doctor about garlic if you are pregnant or considering getting pregnant.

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