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How does Exelon interact with other medications or foods?

Exelon is not known to be affected by any foods. The following drugs may also interact with Exelon: atropine, scopolamine, belladonna, bethanechol, propantheline, clidinium, methscopolamine, metaclopramide, oxybutynin, beta blockers, dicyclomine, methantheline, glycopyrrolate, mepenzolate and hyoscyamine. The doctor should know about all of the prescription or over-the-counter medications, vitamins, supplements or herbs being taken.
 

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