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Emsam transdermal

Does Emsam transdermal interact with other medications?

Emsam transdermal may interact with the following medications

Severe Interactions of Emsam transdermal:
These medications are not usually taken together. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

MAO INHIBITORS/TRYPTOPHAN
SELECTED MAOIS/PROCARBAZINE
MAOIS/METHYLENE BLUE INJECTION
MAOIS/LINEZOLID
RASAGILINE; SELEGILINE/PROPOXYPHENE; TRAMADOL
MAOIS/GUANETHIDINE
MAOIS/FENTANYL
MAOIS/METHYLDOPA
MAOIS/TETRABENAZINE
MAOIS/SELECTED ANTIHISTAMINES
MONOAMINE OXIDASE INHIBITORS/ATOMOXETINE; REBOXETINE
MAO INHIBITORS/SELECTED 5HT-1D AGONISTS
MAOIS/DEXFENFLURAMINE; FENFLURAMINE
SELECTED MAOIS/ENTACAPONE; TOLCAPONE
MONOAMINE OXIDASE INHIBITORS/CARBAMAZEPINE
MAOIS/SIBUTRAMINE
MAO INHIBITORS/BUPROPION
MAOIS/APRACLONIDINE
SELECTED MAOIS/SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITORS; SNRIS
MAOIS/BUSPIRONE
MAOIS/LEVODOPA
MAOIS/SELECTED NARCOTICS; DEXTROMETHORPHAN
MAOIS/TRICYCLIC; TETRACYCLIC COMPOUNDS
MAOIS/SYMPATHOMIMETICS (INDIRECT & MIXED ACTING)

Serious Interactions of Emsam transdermal:
These medications may interact and cause very harmful effects. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

MAOIS/METOCLOPRAMIDE
MAOIS/TRAZODONE (> 100 MG)
DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER BINDERS/IOFLUPANE I 123
LINEZOLID; RASAGILINE; SELEGILINE/SELECTED SYMPATHOMIMETICS
RASAGILINE; SELEGILINE/SELECTED NARCOTICS

Moderate Interactions of Emsam transdermal:
These medications may cause some risk when taken together. Consult your healthcare professional (e.g., doctor or pharmacist) for more in formation.

MAOIS/SELECTED 5HT-1D AGONISTS
MAOIS/TRAZODONE (<= 100 MG)
MAOIS/ANTIDIABETICS

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