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Saturday, March 23, 2013

Medication List that Makes Gastroparesis/DTP Worse

Jeannie from the GASTROPARESIS Facebook Page contributed to this list.

These are the medications that can make Gastroparesis and DTP worse.

NARCOTICS
Lortab
Norco
Vicodin
Dolophine
Methadose
Morphine
Avinza
Kadian
MS Cotin
Oxycodone
Oxycontin
Percocet
Percodan
Tramadol
Ultram

DOPAMNE AGONISTS
Abilify
Phencyclidine
Quinpirole
Salvinorin A
Apomorphine - Apokyn
Bromocriptine - Parlodel
Cabergoline - Dostinex SR
Ciladopa
Dihydrexidine
Dinapsoline
Doxanthrine
Epicriptine – Similar to Bromocriptine
Lisuride

TRICYCLIC ANTIDEPRESSANTS
Amitriptyline
Amoxapine
Desipramine
Doxepin
Trofranil – Trofranil PM
Maprotiline
Pamelor
Vivactil
Surmontil
Lithium
Zyprexa

CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS
Amlodipine
Norvasc
Amlodipine & Atorvastatin - Caduet
Amlodipine & Benazepril – Lotrel
Amlodipine & Valsartan – Exforge
Diltiazem – Cardizem, Dilacor, Taztia, Tiazac
Felodipine
Isradipine
Nicardipine – Cardene
Nifedipine – Adalat, Procadia
Nisoldipine – Sular
Verapamil – Calan, Isoptin
Simvastatin – Zocor

Clonidine
Progesterone

I want to add some of my own that the Mayo Doctor told me to stop taking because they do effect motility:

Bentyl (Dicyclomine)
Levsin (Hycosimine)
Zoloft (makes vomiting worse)
Nortriptilyne
Dexilant

My entry about my first visit with the Mayo Clinic is HERE.

So, if you are on any of these drugs, check with your GI doctor and see if there is something else that you can take. Also check the side effects of your medicine to make sure that nothing will make your symptoms worse.

Source can be found HERE.

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