I have read that you cannot be take Vfend with CCB's?
Thanks guys, I am going nuts here
11 Jul 2011
Yes you are correct - a potential drug interaction exists between calcium channel blockers and Vfend. If you are prescribed both medicines your doctor will need to monitor you carefully for any adverse effects due to an increase in plasma levels of your CCB. Your dose of CCB may need to be reduced.
For more information see:
- Vfend Information for Consumers
- Vfend Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Vfend (detailed)
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