Drug Interactions With Cholestyramine

Propranolol
Cholestyramine may bind with propranolol in the intestines, preventing it from getting completely absorbed into the body. By taking propranolol at least one hour before or four to six hours after you take your Cholestyramine, you may be able to avoid this.
 
Tetracycline
Cholestyramine may bind with tetracycline in the intestines, preventing it from getting completely absorbed into the body. By taking tetracycline at least one hour before or four to six hours after you take your Cholestyramine, you may be able to avoid this.
 
Penicillin G
Cholestyramine may bind with penicillin G in the intestines, preventing it from getting completely absorbed into the body. You can prevent this by taking penicillin G at least one hour before or four to six hours after you take your Cholestyramine.
 
Phenobarbital
Cholestyramine may bind with phenobarbital in the intestines, preventing it from getting completely absorbed into the body. You can prevent this by taking phenobarbital at least one hour before or four to six hours after you take your Cholestyramine.
 
Thyroid Medicines
Cholestyramine may bind with thyroid medicines in the intestines, preventing it from getting completely absorbed into the body. By taking thyroid medicines at least one hour before or four to six hours after you take your Cholestyramine, you may be able to avoid this.
 
Estrogens and Progestins
Cholestyramine may bind with medicines that contain estrogens and/or progestins in the intestines, preventing them from getting completely absorbed into the body. These medicines should be taken at least one hour before or four to six hours after you take your Cholestyramine.
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