Inderide Drug Interactions

Taking dofetilide with hydrochlorothiazide (one of the medications in Inderide) may cause abnormal heart rhythms, including a potentially dangerous condition called QT prolongation. The manufacturer of dofetilide recommends that these medications not be taken together.
Inderide may increase the level of everolimus in your blood, increasing your risk for side effects. Your healthcare provider may monitor your everolimus blood levels, and possibly decrease your dose, if you are taking Inderide.
Inderide may increase blood lithium levels, potentially causing lithium toxicity. Your healthcare provider may choose to monitor your levels when you first start taking Inderide, and may need to decrease your lithium dosage. Contact your healthcare provider right away if you have symptoms of lithium toxicity, such as confusion, tremors, and coordination problems, while taking these medications together.
Narcotic Pain Relievers
When taking Inderide with a narcotic pain reliever, your blood pressure may lower to unsafe levels, which could cause dizziness, lightheadedness, and fainting. Talk to your healthcare provider about this potential interaction and watch for signs of low blood pressure if you take these drugs together.
Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs)
When you take Inderide with NSAIDs, Inderide may not be as effective at lowering your blood pressure. Talk to your healthcare provider about this possible interaction before taking these drugs together.
Other Beta Blockers
Inderide contains a beta blocker (propranolol). It should not be used with other beta blockers, except under the care and supervision of a healthcare provider.
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