How does Tridione (trimethadione) interact with other medications?

Tridione (trimethadione) is a drug that can make you feel drowsy, so you should not take it with other drugs that can cause drowsiness, unless your doctor has told you it is alright to do so. Such drugs include antihistamines, antidepressants, alcohol, anxiety medications, muscle relaxants, other seizure medications, and pain relievers. Your doctor will advise you about other possible drug interactions with Tridione; be sure to let your doctor know about all prescription and over-the-counter drugs and any herbal supplements that you are taking.

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