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Drug interactions with lipase-protease-amylase oral and norethindrone-e.estradiol-iron oral

lipase-protease-amylase oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

Cotazym Oral, Cotazym-S Oral, Creon 10 Oral, Creon 20 Oral, Creon 5 Oral, Creon Oral, DYGASE Oral, Encron 10 Oral, Entolase Oral, Enzycap Oral, Enzymase 16 Oral, Ilozyme Oral, Ku-Zyme HP Oral, LAPASE Oral, Lipram 10000 Oral, Lipram 4500 Oral, Lipram-CR 10000 Oral, Lipram-CR20 Oral, Lipram-CR5 Oral, Lipram-PN10 Oral, Lipram-PN16 Oral, Lipram-PN20 Oral, Lipram-UL12 Oral, Lipram-UL18 Oral, Lipram-UL20 Oral, Palcaps 10 Oral, Palcaps 20 Oral, Palipase MT 16 Oral, Palipase MT 20 Oral, Palipase Oral, Palpeon DR 10 Oral, Palpeon DR 20 Oral, Palpeon MT 20 Oral, Paltrase V8 Oral, Panase Oral, Pancote Oral, Pancrease MT 10 Oral, Pancrease MT 16 Oral, Pancrease MT 20 Oral, Pancrease MT 4 Oral, Pancrease Oral, Pancreatic Enzyme Oral, Pancreatin 10 Oral, Pancreaze Oral, Pancrecarb MS-16 Oral, Pancrecarb MS-4 Oral, Pancrecarb MS-8 Oral, Pancrelipase 10000 Oral, Pancrelipase 16,000 Oral, Pancrelipase 20000 Oral, Pancrelipase 4500 Oral, Pancrelipase 5000 Oral, Pancrelipase 8000 Oral, Pancrelipase EC Oral, Pancrelipase MT 16 Oral, Pancrelipase Oral, Pancron 10 Oral, Pancron 20 Oral, Pangestyme CN 10 Oral, Pangestyme CN 20 Oral, Pangestyme EC Oral, Pangestyme MT 16 Oral, Pangestyme UL 12 Oral, Pangestyme UL 18 Oral, Pangestyme UL 20 Oral, Panocaps MT 16 Oral, Panocaps MT 20 Oral, Panocaps Oral, Panokase Oral, Panokase-16 Oral, Pertzye Oral, Plaretase 8000 Oral, Protilase Mt 16 Oral, Protilase Oral, Tri-Pase 16 Oral, Tri-Pase 8 Oral, Ultracaps MT 20 Oral, Ultrase EC Oral, Ultrase MT 12 Oral, Ultrase MT 18 Oral, Ultrase MT 20 Oral, Ultrase MT 6 Oral, Ultresa Oral, Viokace Oral, Viokase 16 Oral, Viokase 8 Oral, Viokase Oral, Vio-Moore Oral, Zenpep Oral, Zymase Oral

All generic drug interactions for lipase-protease-amylase oral (lists will include brand and generic names):

norethindrone-e.estradiol-iron oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

Estrostep Fe-28 Oral, Gildess FE Oral, Junel FE 1.5/30 (28) Oral, Junel FE 1/20 (28) Oral, Lo Loestrin Fe Oral, Lo Minastrin Fe Oral, Loestrin 24 Fe Oral, Loestrin Fe 1.5/30 (28) Oral, Loestrin Fe 1/20 (28) Oral, Microgestin Fe 1.5/30 (28) Oral, Microgestin FE 1/20 (28) Oral, Minastrin 24 Fe Oral, Tilia Fe Oral, Tri-Legest Fe Oral

All generic drug interactions for norethindrone-e.estradiol-iron oral (lists will include brand and generic names):
Significant - Monitor CloselyPotential for interaction

lipase-protease-amylase oral and norethindrone-e.estradiol-iron oral

lipase-protease-amylase oral decreases levels of norethindrone-e.estradiol-iron oral by enhancing stomach and intestinal absorption. Level of iron salts may be reduced.

Patient Drug Interactions Source: RxList
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Significant - Monitor CloselyPotential for interaction, monitor.

lipase-protease-amylase oral and norethindrone-e.estradiol-iron oral

lipase-protease-amylase oral decreases levels of norethindrone-e.estradiol-iron oral by enhancing GI absorption. Applies only to oral form of both agents. Levels of iron salts may decrease with concomitant administration of digestive enzymes.

Clinical Drug Interactions Source: Medscape from WebMD
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Significant - Monitor CloselyPotential for interaction

norethindrone-e.estradiol-iron oral and lipase-protease-amylase oral

norethindrone-e.estradiol-iron oral decreases levels of lipase-protease-amylase oral by enhancing stomach and intestinal absorption. Level of iron salts may be reduced.

Patient Drug Interactions Source: RxList
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Significant - Monitor CloselyPotential for interaction, monitor.

norethindrone-e.estradiol-iron oral and lipase-protease-amylase oral

norethindrone-e.estradiol-iron oral decreases levels of lipase-protease-amylase oral by enhancing GI absorption. Applies only to oral form of both agents. Levels of iron salts may decrease with concomitant administration of digestive enzymes.

Clinical Drug Interactions Source: Medscape from WebMD
© 1994-2014 WebMD, LLC.

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Significant

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Minor

Interaction is unlikely, minor, or nonsignificant

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