July 27, 2016

Drug interactions with diphenhydramine hcl oral and hydrocodone-acetaminophen oral

diphenhydramine hcl oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

40 Winks Oral, Acadryl Oral, Adult Allergy Oral, Aid To Sleep Oral, Aledryl Oral, Aler-Cap Oral, Aler-Dryl Oral, Aler-Tab Oral, Alka-Seltzer Plus Allergy Oral, Alledryl Oral, Aller Med Oral, Allergia-C Oral, Allergy (diphenhydramine) Oral, Allergy Capsule Oral, Allergy Elixir Oral, Allergy Medication Oral, Allergy Medicine Complete Oral, Allergy Medicine Oral, Allergy Relief(diphenhydramin) Oral, Altaryl Oral, Antihist Oral, Antihistamine Allergy Oral, Anti-Hyst Oral, Antitussive Cough Oral, Banophen Allergy Oral, Banophen Oral, Baramine Oral, Beldin Oral, Belix Oral, Benadryl Allergy Oral, Benadryl Allergy Quick Dissolv Oral, Benadryl Dye-Free Allergy Oral, Benadryl Fastmelt Oral, Benadryl Oral, Benaphen Oral, Bendramine Oral, Bendramine-25 Oral, Bendramine-50 Oral, Bendylate Oral, Ben-Rex Oral, Bentrac 25 Oral, Bentrac 50 Oral, Bentrac Oral, Bet-R-Rest Oral, Bydramine Oral, Calhistryl Oral, Calm-Aid Oral, Child Allergy Relief (diphen) Oral, Children's Allergy Medicine Oral, Children's Allergy Oral, Children's Antihistamine Oral, Children's Complete Allergy Oral, Children's Wal-Dryl Allergy Oral, Child's Benadryl Allergy Oral, Complete Allergy Medication Oral, Complete Allergy Medicine Oral, Complete Allergy Oral, Complete Allergy Relief Oral, Compoz Oral, Cough Control(diphenhydramine) Oral, Diahist Oral, Dibenil Oral, Dicopanol Oral, DIPH-AL ALLERGY Oral, Diphedryl Allergy Oral, Diphedryl Allergy Relief Oral, Diphedryl Child Oral, Diphedryl Clear Oral, Diphen AF Oral, Diphenadryl Oral, Diphen-Allergy Oral, Diphendryl Oral, Diphenedryl Oral, Diphenhist Oral, Diphenyl Oral, Diphenylin Oral, Dormarex 2 Oral, DPH-Elixir Oral, Dytuss Oral, Easy Sleep Oral, EZ Nite Sleep Oral, Fenylhist Oral, Forty Winks Oral, Genahist Oral, Gen-D-Phen Oral, Harbermine Oral, Healamine Oral, Hydramine Oral, Hydramyn Oral, Komadryl Oral, Kosher Care Allergy Relief Oral, Lodryl Oral, Medi-Diphen Oral, Medi-Sleep Max Strength Oral, Nervine Oral, Nidryl Oral, Nightime Sleep Oral, NightTime Sleep Aid (diphen) Oral, Night-Time Sleep Oral, Nilin Oral, Nitetime Sleep Aid Oral, Noradryl Oral, Nordryl Oral, Nu-Med Alledryl Oral, Nytol Oral, Orestyl Oral, Pardryl Oral, Parlyn Oral, Pediacare Allergy Oral, Penta-Diphen Oral, Pharbedryl Oral, Pharm-A-Dry Oral, Phen-Amine-25 Oral, Phen-Amine-50 Oral, Phendry Oral, Polydryl Allergy Oral, Polydryl Cough Oral, Polydryl Oral, ProHist Oral, Q-Dryl Oral, Quenalin Oral, Rest Simply Nighttime Sleep Oral, Restfully Sleep Oral, Robalyn Oral, Sandryl Oral, Scot-Tussin Allergy Relief Oral, Siladryl DAS Oral, Siladryl Oral, Siladryl SA Oral, Silphen Cough Oral, Simply Allergy Oral, Simply Sleep Oral, Sleep Aid (diphenhydramine) Oral, Sleep Aid Liquid Gels Max St Oral, Sleep Aid Max Str (diphenhydr) Oral, Sleep Formula Oral, Sleep II Oral, Sleep Oral, Sleep Safe Oral, Sleep Serene Oral, Sleep Tablet (diphenhydramine) Oral, Sleep Tabs Oral, Sleep-Ettes D Oral, Sleep-Ex Oral, Sleep-Eze 3 Oral, Sleepgels Oral, Sleepinal Maximum Strength Oral, Sleepinal Oral, Sleeping Oral, Sleeptabs Oral, Sleep-Tabs Oral, Sominex Formula 2 Oral, Sominex Maximum Strength Oral, Sominex Oral, Somnicaps Oral, Somnitab Oral, Somnitabs Formula Ii Oral, Theraflu Multi Symptom Oral, Total Allergy Medicine Oral, Tranquil Oral, Triaminic Allergy Oral, Triaminic Cough/Runny Nose Oral, Trux-Adryl Oral, Tusstat Oral, Twilite Oral, Ultra Sleep (diphenhydramine) Oral, Uni-Bent Oral, Uni-Bentle Oral, Unisom Sleepgels Oral, Unisom SleepMelts Oral, Valdrene Oral, Valu-Dryl Allergy Oral, Valu-Dryl Child's Allergy Oral, Valu-Dryl Oral, Wal-dryl Allergy Oral, Wal-Sleep Z Oral, Wal-Som Oral, ZzzQuil Oral

All generic drug interactions for diphenhydramine hcl oral (lists will include brand and generic names):

hydrocodone-acetaminophen oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

Adol (hydrocodone-acetaminoph) Oral, Allay Oral, Amacodone Oral, Anexsia Oral, Anodynos-Dhc Oral, Anolor Dh-5 Oral, Bancap HC Oral, Ceta Plus Oral, Co-Gesic Oral, Dolfen Oral, Dolo-Pap Oral, Dolorex Forte Oral, Dolphen Oral, Duocet Oral, Duradyne Dhc Oral, Gesic-5 Oral, Gesic-HD Oral, Hba Oral, Hy-5 Oral, Hycet Oral, Hycodaphen Oral, Hycogesic Oral, Hycomed Oral, Hyco-Pap Oral, Hycotab Oral, Hydrocet Oral, Hydrogesic Oral, Hy-Phen Oral, Liquicet Oral, Lorcet 10/650 Oral, Lorcet Plus Oral, Lorcet-HD Oral, Lorcide Oral, Lortab Elixir Oral, Lortab Oral, Margesic-H Oral, Maxidone Oral, Medicap Hd Oral, Medipain 5 Oral, Megagesic Oral, Megamor Oral, Norcet 7.5mg Oral, Norcet Oral, Norco Oral, Oncet 5 Oral, Oncet 7 Oral, Oncet Oral, Panacet Oral, Panlor Oral, Polygesic Oral, Procet Oral, Propain Hc Oral, Rogesic #3 Oral, Senefen Iii Oral, Stagesic Oral, Stagesic-10 Oral, T-Gesic Forte Oral, T-Gesic Oral, Ugesic Oral, Ultragesic Oral, Vanacet Oral, Vendone Oral, Vicodin ES Oral, Vicodin HP Oral, Vicodin Oral, Xodol 10/300 Oral, Xodol 5/300 Oral, Xodol 7.5/300 Oral, Zamicet Oral, Zolvit Oral, Zydone Oral

All generic drug interactions for hydrocodone-acetaminophen oral (lists will include brand and generic names):
Significant - Monitor CloselySignificant interaction possible (monitoring by your doctor required)

diphenhydramine hcl oral and hydrocodone-acetaminophen oral

diphenhydramine hcl oral will increase the level or effect of hydrocodone-acetaminophen oral by altering drug metabolism.

Patient Drug Interactions Source: RxList
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Significant - Monitor CloselySignificant interaction possible, monitor closely.

diphenhydramine hcl oral and hydrocodone-acetaminophen oral

diphenhydramine hcl oral will increase the level or effect of hydrocodone-acetaminophen oral by affecting hepatic enzyme CYP2D6 metabolism.

Clinical Drug Interactions Source: Medscape from WebMD
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