How does Duetact interact with other medications or foods?

Duetact may interact with a variety of other medications to cause increase the risk of side effects or cause other adverse effects. For instance, taking Duetact along with Bosentan will reduce the effectiveness of both medications and may cause liver problems. Duetact interacts with certain high blood pressure medications; there is an increased risk of low blood sugar when taken with beta-blockers or angiotension-converting inhibitors and an increased risk of high blood sugar when taken with calcium channel blockers. Other drugs that interact with Duetact include anticoagulants and gemfibrozil. Tell your doctor all prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) medications you are taking.

There are no known interactions between Duetact and any food, and it can be taken with or without food

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