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Acrogyl 200mg/5ml Suspension
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Acrogyl 200mg/5ml Suspension & Crotonol 500mg Tablet

It may cause symptoms such as flushing, increased heartbeat, nausea, thirst, chest pain and low blood pressure (Disulfiram like reaction).

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Acrogyl 200mg/5ml Suspension & Barbinol 20mg/5ml Syrup

Phenobarbitone may decrease the blood level of Metronidazole.

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Acrogyl 200mg/5ml Suspension & Phenobarbitone 200mg Injection

Phenobarbitone may decrease the blood level of Metronidazole.

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Acrogyl 200mg/5ml Suspension & Epsolin 50mg Injection 2ml

$name 1 may increase the toxicity of Phenytoin (e.g blurred vision, nystagmus (involuntary eye movement), ataxia (lack of muscle coordination) or drowsiness.

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Acrogyl 200mg/5ml Suspension & Spentoin Capsule

$name 1 may increase the toxicity of Phenytoin (e.g blurred vision, nystagmus (involuntary eye movement), ataxia (lack of muscle coordination) or drowsiness.

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Acrogyl 200mg/5ml Suspension & Spentoin Injection

$name 1 may increase the toxicity of Phenytoin (e.g blurred vision, nystagmus (involuntary eye movement), ataxia (lack of muscle coordination) or drowsiness.

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Acrogyl 200mg/5ml Suspension & Lithocap 300mg Capsule

Metronidazole may increase the blood level of Lithium carbonate.

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Acrogyl 200mg/5ml Suspension & Sunlith 400mg Tablet SR

Metronidazole may increase the blood level of Lithium carbonate.

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Acrogyl 200mg/5ml Suspension & Zelith 300mg Tablet

Metronidazole may increase the blood level of Lithium carbonate.

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Acrogyl 200mg/5ml Suspension & Epsotal Tablet

$name 1 may increase the toxicity of Phenytoin (e.g blurred vision, nystagmus (involuntary eye movement), ataxia (lack of muscle coordination) or drowsiness.

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