Specific Drugs That Interfere With Prevacid 24HR

Drug Interactions With Prevacid 24HR Explained

The following sections explain in detail the potentially negative interactions that can occur when any of the drugs mentioned above are combined with Prevacid 24HR.
 
Ampicillin
Prevacid 24HR may decrease the absorption of ampicillin into the body, perhaps making it less effective. Check with your healthcare provider before taking these medications together.
 
Atazanavir
Prevacid 24HR may decrease the absorption of atazanavir into the body, making it less effective. For this reason, you should not take these medications together.
 
Clopidogrel (Plavix)
Some research suggests that proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), like Prevacid 24HR, may decrease the effectiveness of clopidogrel. This could potentially be a serious drug interaction. However, experts are still in disagreement about how significant this interaction really is and whether it affects all PPIs. Do not combine these medications without discussing the matter with your healthcare provider first.
  
Delavirdine
Prevacid 24HR may decrease the level of delavirdine in the blood. In general, this combination should be avoided.
 
Digoxin
Prevacid 24HR may decrease the absorption of digoxin into the body. Your healthcare provider may decide to monitor your digoxin levels using a simple blood test, especially when you start or stop taking Prevacid 24HR. Prevacid 24HR may cause low blood magnesium levels, which can lead to serious arrhythmias (irregular heart rhythms), especially in people taking digoxin. Your healthcare provider may decide to monitor your magnesium levels periodically if you are taking digoxin and Prevacid 24HR.

Prevacid 24HR Medication Information

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