Medications That React With Agenerase

Agenerase Interactions Explained

The following sections explain in detail the potentially negative interactions that can occur when Agenerase is combined with any of the drugs listed above.
 
Alcohol
If you take Agenerase oral solution (but not capsules), you should not drink alcoholic beverages. Agenerase oral solution contains propylene glycol, which can cause problems if it is taken with alcohol.
 
Antacids
Antacids can decrease the level of Agenerase in your blood. In order to avoid this interaction, you should separate antacids and Agenerase by at least one hour.
 
Arrhythmia Medications
Agenerase may increase the level of certain arrhythmia medications in your blood, possibly increasing the risk of dangerous side effects. Talk with your healthcare provider before taking Agenerase with one of these medications.
 
Certain Antibiotics or Antifungals
Combining Agenerase with certain antibiotics or antifungals may increase the level of the antibiotic or antifungal in your blood. Check with your healthcare provider before taking Agenerase with any of these medications. It should never be combined with rifampin, as rifampin can make Agenerase less effective.
 
Certain Benzodiazepines
Agenerase should not be combined with midazolam or triazolam, due to the risk of life-threatening reactions. It may be combined with other benzodiazepines, although your healthcare provider may need to decrease the dose of your benzodiazepine to prevent interactions from occurring.
 
Certain Calcium Channel Blockers
Agenerase may increase the level of calcium channel blockers in your blood, potentially increasing the risk of side effects. Your healthcare provider may need to lower the dose of your calcium channel blocker to prevent this.

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