How does Combivent interact with other medications or foods?

Combivent can interact negatively with a small number of commonly prescribed medications. Tell your doctor what medications you are taking, as these interactions can impact side effects and dosage. In particular, these medications are known to have interactions with Combivent:
  • beta-blockers; water pills, or diuretics; cold medicines; any sort of inhaled medication;
  • antidepressants; monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs); epinephrine; belladonna; diet pills; 
  • and stimulants, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medication.

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