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Cycloset Drug Interactions

Metoclopramide
Combining Cycloset with metoclopramide could make both medications less effective (since they work in opposite ways). In general, Cycloset should not be used in combination with metoclopramide.
 
Nitrates
Cycloset can make nitrates less effective for treating angina. Check with your healthcare provider before taking Cycloset with a nitrate.
 
Other Dopamine Agonists
At this time, it is not recommended to take Cycloset with other dopamine agonists, as the safety of such combinations is currently unknown.
 
Probenecid
Cycloset may affect the way that the body handles probenecid, possibly increasing the risk of side effects of probenecid. Check with your healthcare provider before taking these medications together.
 
Salicylates
Cycloset may affect the way that the body handles salicylates, possibly increasing the risk of side effects of salicylates. Check with your healthcare provider before taking these medications together.
 
Sibutramine
Taking Cycloset with sibutramine can cause serotonin syndrome. Talk to your healthcare provider before taking these medications together. It is generally not recommended to take these drugs together.
 
Sulfonamides
Cycloset may affect the way that the body handles sulfonamides, possibly increasing the risk of side effects of sulfonamides. Check with your healthcare provider before taking these medications together.
 
Triptans
Taking Cycloset with triptans can cause serotonin syndrome. Talk to your healthcare provider before taking these medications together. It is not recommended to take Cycloset in combination with a triptan.
 
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