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Does azelastine interact with other medications?

Certain medications will interact with azelastine. These include cold or allergy medicines, narcotic pain relievers, sleeping pills, muscle relaxers, antiseizure drugs, antidepressants and anti-anxiety medicines. You should tell your doctor if you take any of these medications.

Galantamine interacts with many other medications. These include  beta-blockers like metoprolol, digoxin, and calcium channel blockers such as diltiazem,and verapamil. Some drugs affect the liver enzymes and may remove galantamine from your body. These may include ketoconazole, paroxetine, Medications for treatment of HIV or AIDS and medications for high blood pressure may interact with galantamine.

In general, you should inform your doctor of all medications, vitamins, supplements, and herbal products that you are using or intend to take before and while taking galantamine. Alcohol can increase the drowsiness side effect of galantamine.
 

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