Posted by Zzzz on August 31, 2010, at 16:16:27
In reply to Re: Pseudoephedrine (sudafed) » highhatsize, posted by Zzzz on August 30, 2010, at 23:36:28
Goggle the name of your medication along with CYP450 Websites will pop up that tell you what drugs will interact. Such a website may be Drugs.com.
Also, pseudoephedrine is a NET substrate not a antihistamine. It does not use the CYP450 isoenzyme system. It has minor interaction with MAO.
The reason I would never use Providgil which is Modafinil is that there are 1506 brand and generic drugs known to interact with it according to Drugs.com. Then providgil is combined with an antidepressant. Those drugs have multiple drug-drug interactions also. The older the person the more likely additional medication will be used such as blood pressure, diabetic meds and so forth. It can become a nightmare of trouble.