I can begin to see how frustrating it is when someone asks a question about electrical circuits and gets a dozen different variations in answers to the question.
I take the heart rate regulator Digitek (which I think is a registered trade name). My wife read up on it and found a source that said you should not use any milk product within 2 hours of taking the medicine.
So I asked the doctor who said that the calcium in the milk might reduce the medicine effectiveness by chemically bonding with it. So I don’t drink milk or use milk products within 2 hours.
I got a new batch today and along with it came the usual instruction sheet, which I finally got around to reading, which says, “May be taken with food or milk to avoid stomach irritation.”
What to believe? I will continue not using milk within 2 hours because that can’t hurt anything, but you’d think that the stories would be in agreement by this time.