Drug interactions with ascorbic acid oral and aspirin-caffeine oral

ascorbic acid oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

Acerola C Oral, Acerola C-500 Oral, Acerola Complex Oral, Acerola Oral, Acerola-C Oral, Alba-Ce Oral, Amino-Opti-C Oral, Asco-Caps-500 Oral, Ascocid Oral, Ascocid-250 Oral, Ascocid-500 Oral, Ascorbic Acid With Rose Hips Oral, Ascorbicap Oral, Ascorgard Oral, Ascorvite Oral, Ascospan Oral, Ascot Oral, Asco-Tabs-1000 Oral, Best-C Oral, C 500 Timed Released Oral, C Complex Oral, C-100 W/Rose Hips Oral, C-1000 Oral, C-250 Oral, C-500 Buffered Oral, C-500 Oral, C-500 With Rose Hips Oral, C-500-GR Oral, C-Caps Oral, C-Complex Oral, Cebid Oral, Cecon Oral, Cee-1000 Oral, Cemill-1000 Oral, Cemill-500 Oral, Centrum Singles-Vitamin C Oral, Cetane Oral, Cevalin Oral, Cevi-Bid Oral, Cevita Ct Oral, Chew C Oral, Chew C With Acerola Oral, Chewable C Oral, Chewable Orange C Oral, Chewable Vitamin C Oral, Citrus-C-500 Oral, C-Liquid Oral, C-Long Oral, C-Span Oral, C-Syrup Oral, C-Time Oral, C-Tym Oral, C-Vites Oral, Duo Citro Cee Oral, Flavorcee Oral, Flavorcee W/Rose Hips Oral, Frootsies Oral, Fruit C Oral, Fruit C-500 Oral, Fruity C Oral, Halls Defense Oral, Hi-C 500 Oral, Lemon Flavorcee Oral, Liqui C Oral, Natural Vit C With Rose Hips Oral, Natural Vitamin C-Rose Hips Oral, Natur-C Oral, One-Gram C Oral, Orange C Oral, Orange Chewable C Oral, Orange Flavorcee Oral, Orange Flavorcee-Rose Hips Oral, Panascorb Oral, Parcon C Oral, Pectin With Acerola Oral, Pellets-C Oral, Protexin Plus Oral, Rose Hips Natural Oral, Rose Hips Oral, Rose Hips With C Oral, Rose Hips With Vitamin C Oral, Rose Hips-C Oral, Rose Hips-C With Acerola Oral, Scorbicaps Oral, Scorbitabs Oral, Soothing PureWay-C Oral, Spancap C Oral, Strawberry C Oral, Sunkist Vitamin C Oral, Super C Oral, Super C-1000 Oral, Super C-500 Oral, Super C-Complex Oral, Super Complex C-500 Oral, Super-Hi-C-500 Oral, Tega-C Oral, Tega-C-Caps Oral, Ultra Cee Oral, Ultra-Cee Oral, Uni-Cee Oral, Vicks Vitamin C Drops Oral, Vita-C Oral, Vitamin C Buffered Oral, Vitamin C Cough Drops Oral, Vitamin C Drops Oral, Vitamin C W/Acerola,Rose Hips Oral, Vitamin C With Acerola Oral, Vitamin C With Rose Hips Oral, Vitamin C-Juice C 500 Oral, Vitamin C-Rose Hips-Acerola Oral, Vitar-C Oral, Wild Spanish Orange C Oral

All generic drug interactions for ascorbic acid oral (lists will include brand and generic names):

aspirin-caffeine oral brand names and other generic formulations include:

AA & C Oral, Adult Analgesic Oral, Adult Strength Analgesic Oral, Adult Strength Pain Relief Oral, Adult Strength Pain Reliever Oral, Anacin Maximum Strength Oral, Anacin Oral, Analgesic (aspirin/caffeine) Oral, Analgesic Adult Strength Oral, Anaprin Oral, Arthritis Pain Relief (ASA-aaffeine) Oral, As-Caff Oral, Aspircaf Oral, Aspirin Compound Oral, Aspirin Plus Oral, Back & Body Pain Reliever Oral, Bayer Aspirin (with Caffeine) Oral, Bayer Back & Body Oral, BC Arthritis Oral, Biocin Oral, Biosan-M Oral, CP-2 Oral, Fast Acting Pain Relief Oral, Gensan Oral, Majorcin Oral, Mejoral W/Aspirin Oral, P-A-C Analgesic Oral, P-A-C Oral, Pain Relief Fast Acting Oral, Pain Reliever (aspirin-caffeine) Oral, Q-Acin Oral, Stanback Oral, Uni-Ann Oral

All generic drug interactions for aspirin-caffeine oral (lists will include brand and generic names):
MinorInteraction is unlikely, minor, or nonsignificant

ascorbic acid oral and aspirin-caffeine oral

ascorbic acid oral increases levels of aspirin-caffeine oral by reducing drug clearance through the kidneys.

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MinorMinor/Significance Unknown.

ascorbic acid oral and aspirin-caffeine oral

ascorbic acid oral increases levels of aspirin-caffeine oral by decreasing renal clearance.

Clinical Drug Interactions Source: Medscape from WebMD
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