How does clonidine injection interact with other medications or food?

Clonidine injection (Duraclon) may interact with a variety of medications. You should not take clonidine if you are on guanethidine, an MAOI, narcotic pain medications, tricyclic antidepressants, and sedating drugs like alcohol or barbiturates. Beta-blockers may lead to further complication from hypertension. Fluphenazine, prescription pain medication, and heart medicines like digoxin may also interact with clonidine injection and should be discussed with your doctor before treatment begins.

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