How does miconazole interact with other medications or foods?

You should tell your physician or pharmacist about all other prescription or over-the-counter medicines that you currently take, along with all vitamins, minerals or other supplements, before you begin using miconazole. When used topically for the effect at the site of application, miconazole is not expected to be absorbed into the bloodstream enough to cause interactions with oral medications. Make sure to notify all medical personnel when you are taking this medication. This will help to ensure that anything new prescribed will not interfere with it.

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