Bibilola Ladipo-Ajayi, PharmD
Clinical Pharmacologist20 Dudley St #700 Memphis TN, 38103
Dr. Bibilola Ladipo-Ajayi is a licensed pharmacist specializing in precision medicine through the use of advanced genetic technology. She lives in the Houston, Texas area with her family and works with patients to help them reduce their dependence on pharmaceutical medications. She is a fellowship-trained Doctor of Pharmacy and enjoys consulting with patients and their healthcare professionals to help patients safely transition to a holistic lifestyle.
Education and Training
Texas Southern University Pharm D 2010
Bibilola Ladipo-Ajayi, PharmD's Expert Contributions
There are no known or documented drug interactions between rasagiline and robaxin. However, this does not eliminate the potential for an interaction or adverse reaction to either of these drugs. Please consult with your primary care physicians regarding any concerns with the use of either drugs especially when you experience any changes in your symptoms. READ MORE
if you believe your anxiety symptoms are worsening, please consult with your primary physician to address your concerns. In addition, you may also discuss the known potential drug interaction between venlafaxine and pregabalin - increased risk of hyponatremia (low sodium levels) with your Doctor. To Your Empowered Health, READ MORE
Hello, Grapefruit is known to increase the levels of Sertraline. It can take up to 7 days before the effects of eating grapefruit or grapefruit containing foods subside in the body. Therefore, if you are about to begin therapy with Sertraline, it is probably advisable to stop eating any grapefruit containing foods for the duration of your therapy. Please consult with your physician for further guidance. READ MORE
Ibuprofen is classified as a non steroidal anti inflammatory drug (NSAID) and one of its FDA approved uses is the relief of mild to moderate pain due to inflammation in the body. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- American Society of Consultant Pharmacists
- Med Communications Drug Information Fellowship (Effective Management of Medical Information Content for the Pharmaceutical Industry)
Bibilola Ladipo-Ajayi, PharmD's Practice location
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