Always read the ingredients before taking this or any other medication to ensure that there are no elements that may elicit an allergic reaction.
Do not combine Generic Prothiaden with Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs). There should be a two week period before your last treatment of MAOIs and this medication.
Contact your doctor if you are taking any of the following medications before adding Generic Prothiaden to your treatment plan:
Sedatives, sedating antihistamines, any antibiotics (including Rifampicin), any medication to treat HIV/AIDS (including Ritonavir), SSRI antidepressants, antiarrhythmics, Thyroid hormones, blood thinners (including Warfarin), general anesthetics, any antihistamines to treat allergies, any medication to treat an irritable bowel or IBS, any drugs for bladder weakness, any anxiolytics, opioid analgesics, hypnotics, adrenaline, methylphenidate, noradrenaline, cimetidine, alpha blockers, any medications to treat high blood pressure, any medication used to treat enlarged prostate glands, rifampicin, calcium channel blockers, pentamidine, contraceptives containing oestrogen, any diuretics for treating high blood pressure and heart failure, medication to treat epilepsy, and any antipsychotic medication or medication to treat psychoses.
Always inform your doctor of any medications you are taking (including vitamins, herbal supplements, and over the counter medications) before embarking on a new treatment. Additional medications not listen here may interact negatively with your medication.