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Does prochlorperazine interact with other medications or foods?

There are no food restrictions while using prochlorperazine, but you must limit the amount of alcohol that you drink. There are many drugs known to interact with prochlorperazine, so it is essential that your doctor know what other medications you are using. Some of the most common drugs that have been shown to interact with prochlorperazine include: Xanax, Vicodin, Topamax, Synthroid, Seroquel, Plavix, OxyContin, Mexium, Milk of Magnesia, Lyrica, Lipitor, Lidoderm, Lantus, Flomax, Fentanyl, Crestor, Colace, Ativan, Ambien, and Advair.

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