Drug Interactions With Norfloxacin

Ramelteon
Norfloxacin may increase the amount of ramelteon in your bloodstream, potentially increasing your risk for side effects. If you are currently taking ramelteon, talk to your healthcare provider about this interaction before starting norfloxacin.
 
Rasagiline
Norfloxacin may increase the amount of rasagiline in your bloodstream, increasing your risk for side effects. Your healthcare provider may choose to monitor you more closely if you take these medications together.
 
Ropinirole
Norfloxacin may increase the amount of ropinirole in your body, increasing your risk for side effects. Your healthcare provider may choose to monitor you more closely if you take these medications together.
 
Sevelamer
Sevelamer can bind to norfloxacin in the digestive tract, decreasing the amount that is absorbed into the bloodstream. You should take norfloxacin at least one hour before or three hours after sevelamer.
 
Sucralfate
Sucralfate can bind to norfloxacin in the digestive tract, decreasing the amount absorbed into the bloodstream. You should take your norfloxacin dose at least two hours before or six hours after sucralfate to help minimize the risk of this interaction.
 
Sulfonylureas
There have been reports of changes in blood sugar levels (both low and high) in people taking sulfonylureas with fluoroquinolones such as norfloxacin. Low blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia) may be more likely within the first couple of days of norfloxacin treatment, while high blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia) may be more likely after several days. If you currently take a sulfonylurea, your healthcare provider may recommend that you check your blood sugar levels more often while taking norfloxacin.
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