Interaction With Xanax

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Kate Says:


I have taken 2 aleve and 1 xanax and want to take a prilosec for my
indigestion. Is this ok?



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EDDY Says:

Sure it should be. what is the source of your indigestion?

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David Says:

Just for the record, umm.edu's drug interaction tool does list a drug interaction between Xanax (alprazolam) and Prilosec (omeprazole).

From what I'm reading, a combination of the two may result in increased blood levels of alprazolam, which in-turn may increase your risk of side effects.

Ref: umm.edu/health/medical/drug-interaction-tool

This does not necessarily mean that it's dangerous to take them both together. Your doctor should be able to adjust and/or monitor the dosing to help minimize your odds of developing certain side effects.


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