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Bismuth Subsalicylate
Bismuth subsalicylate may decrease the absorption of Solodyn into the body, decreasing its effectiveness. Take Solodyn at least two hours before or six hours after taking bismuth subsalicylate to avoid this interaction.
 
Penicillins
Solodyn may decrease the effectiveness of penicillin antibiotics. The manufacturer of Solodyn advises against taking these medications together. Talk to your healthcare provider about this potential interaction before taking Solodyn with a penicillin antibiotic.
 
Quinapril
Quinapril may decrease the amount of Solodyn absorbed into the body, potentially decreasing its effectiveness. This interaction is thought to occur because quinapril tablets contain magnesium, which may bind to Solodyn in the digestive tract. It is a good idea to separate your doses of quinapril and Solodyn by at least two hours to avoid this potential interaction.
 
Retinoids
Combining Solodyn with some retinoid medications may increase the risk of a dangerous condition known as intracranial hypertension (increased pressure in the skull). Certain retinoids should be avoided shortly before, during, or after Solodyn treatment. Talk to your healthcare provider about this interaction before taking Solodyn with a retinoid.
 
Sucralfate
Sucralfate can bind to Solodyn in the digestive tract, decreasing the amount of Solodyn absorbed into the body. This may make Solodyn less effective. It is best to take the antibiotic at least two hours before sucralfate to help minimize this interaction.
 
Typhoid Vaccine
Antibiotics, including Solodyn, may decrease the effectiveness of the typhoid vaccine. This interaction only occurs with the oral typhoid vaccine. Thus, it is generally recommended that the oral typhoid vaccine be postponed for at least one day after stopping Solodyn.

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