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Post cibum

“Post cibum” is a Latin term that means “after meals.” It’s commonly abbreviated as “p.c.” and is used in medical contexts to indicate instructions or recommendations about taking medication. Usually, it suggests taking medicine after eating. This instruction is essential because some medications may interact with food or be better tolerated when taken with a meal.

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