How do calcium acetate tablets interact with other medications?

Calcium acetate may interact with other medications. You should make a list of all medications you currently take and give it to your doctor before taking calcium acetate. Be sure to include any vitamins or nutritional or herbal supplements. Also include any over-the-counter medications. If you take digoxin, thyroid hormones, phenytoin, antibiotics such as tetracycline or quinolone, strontium 89 chloride, or sucralfate, let your doctor know as they can interact with calcium acetate.

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