Common Drug Drug and Drug Food Interactions

Drug-Drug Interactions

Antibiotics - Oral Contraceptives

Tetracycline - Antacids

Tetracycline - Penicillin

Erythromycin - Penicillin

Erythromycin - Theophylline

Erythromycin - Astemizole

Erythromycin - Terfenadine

Erythromycin - Carbamazepine

Erythromycin - Triazolam

Ibuprofen - Oral Anticoagulants

Ibuprofen - Lithium

Aspirin - Anticoagulants

Naproxen - Anticoagulants

Ketoprofen - Anticoagulants

Aspirin - Probenecid

Epinephrine - Tricyclic Antidepressants

Epinephrine - Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors

Opioid Analgesics - Cimetidine

Benzodiazepines - Alcohol

Opioid Analgesics - Alcohol

Drug-Food Interactions

Tetracycline — Antacids — Sodium bicarbonate, milk and milk products, iron

Erythromycin and Penicillin G — Fruit, fruit juices, tomatoes, vegetable juices

Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors — Tyramine-rich foods Levodopa — High-protein foods, pyridoxine

Digoxin — Chocolate , oxalic acid (spinach), phytic acid (cereal grains, nuts, legumes), bran

Calcium Channel Blockers — Grape fruit juice Quinolones — Antacids

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