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Can saxagliptin interact with other medications or foods?

Saxagliptin (Onglyza), a drug prescribed for type 2 diabetes, can interact with some medications, including:
  • antifungal medications
  • medications to treat HIV or AIDS
  • insulin or oral diabetes medications
Be sure to tell your doctor about all medications and supplements you're using before you begin taking saxagliptin.

Saxagliptin isn't known to interact with any foods. You should continue to eat a healthy diet while taking this drug.

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