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Does Campral Interact Dangerously With Any Other Medicines
Liver enzymes: Alcohol can cause the enzymes in your liver (chemical which process medications) to act faster or slower which means the amount of medication in your blood may be unpredictable. Most antibiotics are less effective in the presence of alcohol. Some can make you very sick e.g. metronidazole. Alcohol enhances the sedative effect of medicines like strong pain killers, sleeping tablets, mood stabilisers ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mydocalm: Tolperisone (Mydocalm) is covered in this Indian journal : http://www.japi.org/february_2010/article_17.html ...Read more
Yes: Naltrexone helps with cravings and comes in pill or an injection that lasts 30 days. Other meds that have also shown some promise are topamax, (topiramate) baclofen, neurontin, odansetron, bases on genetics, some people respond to certain meds better than others. All can help if motivated and getting other support. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Carob: The herbal remedy carob has a few interactions that really are more combined effects than drug on drug interactions. Some effects associated with carob include altering blood sugar, reducing cholesterol, less mineral absorption, & decreasing bowel emptying time. Medications or herbals that have a similar effect should be monitored, including insulin, red yeast rice, psyllium. See your doctor too. ...Read more
Somewhat: Like a number of medications that are metabolized through the liver, atomoxetine can interact with other medications that use those same pathways, including quinine, fluoxetine, and paroxetine; like all antidepressants, it should not be combined with an MAO inhibitor. Otherwise, it's compatable with a wide array of meds people are apt to take--e.g., antibiotics, antihistamines, & stimulants. ...Read more
Drug interactions.: Strattera (atomoxetine) contraindications include: monoamine oxidase inhibitors, leflunomide, selgiline, teriflunomide, lomitapide, furazolidone, isocarboxazid, mipomersen, linezolid, procarbazine, tranlcypromine, pimozide, phenelzine; dose adjustments are needed for medications like paroxetine, quinidine, fluoxetine (cyp2d6 inhibitors). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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