Dilantin Drug Interactions

Omeprazole
Omeprazole may increase the level of Dilantin in the bloodstream. Check with your healthcare provider before taking these medications together. Be aware that some nonprescription medications contain omeprazole.
 
Paroxetine 
Dilantin may make paroxetine less effective. If you are taking these drugs together, your healthcare provider may need to increase your paroxetine dosage.
 
Phenothiazines
Phenothiazines can raise the amount of Dilantin in your blood, increasing your risk of side effects. Your healthcare provider may need to measure the level of Dilantin in your blood and adjust your dose as necessary.
 
Praziquantel
Dilantin may decrease the level of praziquantel in the bloodstream, perhaps making it less effective. Check with your healthcare provider before taking these drugs together.
 
Protease Inhibitors
Dilantin may decrease the level of some protease inhibitors in the blood. Some protease inhibitors may decrease the level of Dilantin in the blood. Make sure to discuss this with your healthcare provider before taking Dilantin with a protease inhibitor.
 
Quetiapine
Dilantin may make quetiapine less effective. Check with your healthcare provider before taking these drugs together.
 
Quinidine
Dilantin may make quinidine less effective. If you are taking these drugs together, your healthcare provider may need to increase your quinidine dosage.
 
Reserpine
Reserpine can decrease the amount of Dilantin in your blood, perhaps making it less effective. If you are taking these drugs together, your healthcare provider may need to measure your Dilantin level (using a blood test) and adjust your dose as necessary.
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