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Drug Interactions With Alclometasone

If aldesleukin or corticorelin is combined with alclometasone, drug interactions may occur. Using these medications together could decrease the effectiveness of aldesleukin and corticorelin. To help minimize your risk for these and other complications, your healthcare provider needs to know about all medications, supplements, and vitamins you are taking before starting treatment with this skin medicine.

An Overview of Alclometasone Interactions

Alclometasone dipropionate (Aclovate®) is generally unlikely to react with other medications. However, there are a few potential drug interactions that may occur. Some of the products that can interfere with alclometasone include but are not limited to:

More Detail on Drug Interactions With Alclometasone

The following sections explain in detail the potentially negative interactions that can occur when alclometasone is combined with any of the drugs listed above.
Corticosteroids, including alclometasone, can make aldesleukin (a chemotherapy medication) less effective. In general, these medications should not be used together.
Corticosteroids, including alclometasone, can make corticorelin less effective. Corticorelin is used as a diagnostic agent in tests for Cushing's syndrome or other similar problems. If you are being tested for Cushing's disease, make sure your healthcare provider knows you have been using alclometasone.

Final Thoughts

It is possible that not all drug interactions were discussed in this article. Therefore, you should talk with your pharmacist or healthcare provider about the specific alclometasone interactions that may apply to you.

Alclometasone Drug Information

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