MEDICINE INTERACTION CHECKER

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Oflasun Eye Drop
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Found 10 interactions
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Serious (6)
Moderate (4)
Minor (0)
Beneficial (0)

Oflasun Eye Drop & Mucobenz Mouth Wash

Concurrent use is to be avoided if used watch for the side effects.

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Oflasun Eye Drop & Elide Suspension

Concurrent use is to be avoided if used watch for the side effects.

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Oflasun Eye Drop & Epsolin 50mg Injection 2ml

Consider monitoring Phenytoin levels.

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Oflasun Eye Drop & Alkepin 25mg Tablet DT

It may cause agitation, sedation (dizziness or sleepiness), hypersalivation (excessive production of saliva).

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Oflasun Eye Drop & Manza 15mg Tablet

It may cause agitation, sedation (dizziness or sleepiness), hypersalivation (excessive production of saliva).

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Oflasun Eye Drop & Zypine 2.5mg Tablet

It may cause agitation, sedation (dizziness or sleepiness), hypersalivation (excessive production of saliva).

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Oflasun Eye Drop & Januvia 100mg Tablet

There is no significant interaction. But it is still recommended to monitor the blood glucose level regularly as cases of low blood sugar levels have been seen in some patients.

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Oflasun Eye Drop & Dianorm 40mg Tablet

There is no significant interaction. But it is still recommended to monitor the blood glucose level regularly as cases of low blood sugar levels have been seen in some patients.

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Oflasun Eye Drop & Reclide -XR 60 Tablet

There is no significant interaction. But it is still recommended to monitor the blood glucose level regularly as cases of low blood sugar levels have been seen in some patients.

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Oflasun Eye Drop & Glycosef Tablet

There is no significant interaction. But it is still recommended to monitor the blood glucose level regularly as cases of low blood sugar levels have been seen in some patients.

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