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Does Cambia interact with other medications or food?

Cambia may interact with other medications and foods. Do not drink alcohol while taking the medication as it can increase the risk of stomach bleeding. If you take an antidepressant medication, tell your doctor as it can increase the risk of stomach bleeding when taken with Cambia. You should make a list of all medications you currently take and give it to your doctor before using Cambia. Be sure to include any vitamins or nutritional or herbal supplements. Also include any over-the-counter medications. Tell your doctor if you take any of the following: any ACE inhibitors; warfarin or other blood thinners; other NSAID medications or aspirin; cyclosporine; prednisone or other steroids; lithium; furosemide and other diuretics; or methotrexate.

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