One frequently reads that an adverse effect may occur if a certain drug is given to someone who is already taking cyp3a inhibitors or inducers.
What drugs contain "cyp3a" inhibitors?
Question posted by medaches76 on 22 June 2011
Last updated on 22 June 2011 by DzooBaby
Here is a link to wikipedia which lists quite a few:
There are other groups too CYP3A3' CYP3A5's etc. Follow the links to see all of them
There are a lot of them, but some I know right off-hand are Prozac, Zoloft, Prednisone, and Prilosec. The Cytochrome P-450 enzymes are found primarily in the liver and are important for metabolizing many medications. Each CYP family is induced and/or inhibited by various medications. Hope this helps.
- Prilosec uses and warnings
- Prozac uses and warnings
- Zoloft uses and warnings
- Prednisone uses and warnings
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