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Does metoclopramide injection interact with other medications or food?

Tell your doctor of all the medicines, supplements, or vitamins that you take (prescription or over-the-counter) as any drug has the possibility to interact with other medicines. Metoclopramide injection may interact with:

•acetaminophen
•pramlintide
•dopamine agonists
•cyclosporine
•digoxin
•insulin
•ipratropium
•levodopa
•tacrolimus
•tetracycline
•major tranquilizers
•atropine
•benztropine
•dimenhydrinate
•methscopolamine
•or scopolamine
•antihistamines
•bladder or urinary medications
•including darifenacin
•tolterodine or solifenacin
•narcotics
•sedatives and sleeping pills
•digoxin
•bronchodilators such as ipratroprium or tiotropium
•medications for Parkinson's disease
•irritable bowel
•ulcers and motion sickness
•cyclosporine
•anxiety medications like diazepam
•alprazolam or zolpidem
•muscle relaxants
•or MAO inhibitors

This drug also interacts with alcohol, which can cause drowsiness.

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