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Can Potiga interact with other medications or foods?

Potiga (ezogabine) may interact with other medications that you take, increasing your risk of side effects or altering the effectiveness of your medications. Potiga is not known to interact with food, but avoid drinking alcohol when you take Potiga. Drinking alcohol may worsen side effects of Potiga treatment.

Be sure to give your doctor a written list of all medicines (prescription and nonprescription) and supplements that you take before you begin treatment with Potiga. If you already take Potiga, check with your doctor before starting any new medication. Some drugs that are known to interact with Potiga include the heart medication digoxin and the antiseizure drugs phenytoin and carbamazepine.

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