How does nabumetone interact with other medications or foods?

Nabumetone may interact with other medications, supplements and foods. Talk with your doctor potential interactions. Medications that are known to interact with nabumetone include the following:
  • ACE inhibitors 
  • anticoagulants 
  • anti-platelet medications 
  • aspirin 
  • bisphosphonates taken by mouth
  • blood thinners
  • corticosteroids 
  • cyclosporine 
  • desmopressin
  • diabetes medications taken by mouth
  • diuretics 
  • blood pressure medications 
  • lithium 
  • methotrexate 
  • non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
  • pain relievers 
  • phenytoin 
  • probenecid 
  • SSRI anti-depressants

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