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Drug interactions causing Movement disorders

Drug interactions causing Movement disorders:
When combined, certain drugs, medications, substances or toxins may react causing Movement disorders as a symptom.

The list below is incomplete and various other drugs or substances may cause your symptoms. Always advise your doctor of any medications or treatments you are using, including prescription, over-the-counter, supplements, herbal or alternative treatments.

  • 500 Kit and Comtan interaction
  • 500 Kit and Entacapone interaction
  • Ampicillin and Comtan interaction
  • Ampicillin and Entacapone interaction
  • Ampicin and Comtan interaction
  • Ampicin and Entacapone interaction
  • Ampicin PRB and Comtan interaction
  • Ampicin PRB and Entacapone interaction
  • Ampilean and Comtan interaction
  • Ampilean and Entacapone interaction
  • Apo-Ampi and Comtan interaction
  • Apo-Ampi and Entacapone interaction
  • Apo-Metoclop and Sertraline interaction
  • Apo-Metoclop and Zoloft interaction
  • Augmentin and Comtan interaction
  • Augmentin and Entacapone interaction
  • Clopra and Sertraline interaction
  • Clopra and Zoloft interaction
  • Combid and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Combid and Eskalith interaction
  • Combid and Lithane interaction
  • Combid and Lithium interaction
  • Combid and Lithobid interaction
  • Combid and Lithotabs interaction
  • Compazine and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Compazine and Eskalith interaction
  • Compazine and Lithane interaction
  • Compazine and Lithium interaction
  • Compazine and Lithobid interaction
  • Compazine and Lithotabs interaction
  • D-Amp and Comtan interaction
  • D-Amp and Entacapone interaction
  • Emex and Sertraline interaction
  • Emex and Zoloft interaction
  • Eskatrol and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Eskatrol and Eskalith interaction
  • Eskatrol and Lithane interaction
  • Eskatrol and Lithium interaction
  • Eskatrol and Lithobid interaction
  • Eskatrol and Lithotabs interaction
  • Faspak Ampicillin and Comtan interaction
  • Faspak Ampicillin and Entacapone interaction
  • Gastrobid and Sertraline interaction
  • Gastrobid and Zoloft interaction
  • Maxeran and Sertraline interaction
  • Maxeran and Zoloft interaction
  • Maxolon and Sertraline interaction
  • Maxolon and Zoloft interaction
  • Metoclopramide and Sertraline interaction
  • Metoclopramide and Zoloft interaction
  • Novo-Ampicillin and Comtan interaction
  • Novo-Ampicillin and Entacapone interaction
  • Nu-Ampi and Comtan interaction
  • Nu-Ampi and Entacapone interaction
  • Octamide and Sertraline interaction
  • Octamide and Zoloft interaction
  • Olanzapine and Betel Nut interaction
  • Omnipen and Comtan interaction
  • Omnipen and Entacapone interaction
  • Omnipen Pediatric Drops and Comtan interaction
  • Omnipen Pediatric Drops and Entacapone interaction
  • Pardec Capsules and Comtan interaction
  • Pardec Capsules and Entacapone interaction
  • Penbritin and Comtan interaction
  • Penbritin and Entacapone interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Cibalith-S interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Eskalith interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Lithane interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Lithium interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Lithobid interaction
  • PMS-Prochlorperazine and Lithotabs interaction
  • Polycillin and Comtan interaction
  • Polycillin and Entacapone interaction
  • Polycillin Pediatric Drops and Comtan interaction
  • Polycillin Pediatric Drops and Entacapone interaction
  • Polycillin-PRB and Comtan interaction
  • Polycillin-PRB and Entacapone interaction
  • Pondocillin and Comtan interaction
  • Pondocillin and Entacapone interaction
  • Principen and Comtan interaction
  • Principen and Entacapone interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Eskalith interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Lithane interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Lithium interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Lithobid interaction
  • Pro-Iso and Lithotabs interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Eskalith interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Lithane interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Lithium interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Lithobid interaction
  • Prochlorperazine and Lithotabs interaction
  • Reclomide and Sertraline interaction
  • Reclomide and Zoloft interaction
  • Regal-BID and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Regal-BID and Eskalith interaction
  • Regal-BID and Lithane interaction
  • Regal-BID and Lithium interaction
  • Regal-BID and Lithobid interaction
  • Regal-BID and Lithotabs interaction
  • Reglan and Sertraline interaction
  • Reglan and Zoloft interaction
  • SK-Ampicillin and Comtan interaction
  • SK-Ampicillin and Entacapone interaction
  • Stemetil and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Stemetil and Eskalith interaction
  • Stemetil and Lithane interaction
  • Stemetil and Lithium interaction
  • Stemetil and Lithobid interaction
  • Stemetil and Lithotabs interaction
  • Totacillin and Comtan interaction
  • Totacillin and Entacapone interaction
  • Ultrazine and Cibalith-S interaction
  • Ultrazine and Eskalith interaction
  • Ultrazine and Lithane interaction
  • Ultrazine and Lithium interaction
  • Ultrazine and Lithobid interaction
  • Ultrazine and Lithotabs interaction
  • Zyprexa and Betel Nut interaction
  • Zyprexa Zydis and Betel Nut interaction

Conditions listing medical symptoms: Movement disorders:

The following list of conditions have 'Movement disorders' or similar listed as a symptom in our database. This computer-generated list may be inaccurate or incomplete. Always seek prompt professional medical advice about the cause of any symptom.

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Conditions listing medical complications: Movement disorders:

The following list of medical conditions have 'Movement disorders' or similar listed as a medical complication in our database.

 

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