Doxylamine + pyridoxine

Generic Medicine Info
Severe liver disease; avoid alcohol; premature infants or full-term neonates.
Special Precautions
May impair ability to drive and operate machinery. Angle-closure glaucoma, urinary retention, prostatic hypertrophy or pyloroduodenal obstruction; epilepsy; hepatic impairment, elderly. Lactation.
Adverse Reactions
Acute dystonic reactions and long-lasting impaired consciousness in child. CNS depression including slight drowsiness to deep sleep, lassitude, dizziness, incoordination. Headache, psychomotor impairment and antimuscarinic effects. Rarely rashes and hypersensitivity reactions, blood disorders, convulsions, sweating, myalgia, extrapyramidal effects, tremor, confusion, tinnitus, hypotension, hair loss. Severe peripheral neuropathies with long-term admin of large doses of pyridoxine.
Drug Interactions
Doxylamine enhances effects of CNS depressants eg alcohol, barbiturates, hypnotics, opioid analgesics, anxiolytic sedatives and antipsychotics. Atropine, tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs), MAOIs. It can mask signs of ototoxicity caused by aminoglycosides. INH, penicillamine and OC require greater pyridoxine dose. Pyridoxine reduces the effects of levodopa, phenobarb and phenytoin.
CIMS Class
ATC Classification
R06AA09 - doxylamine ; Belongs to the class of aminoalkyl ethers used as systemic antihistamines.
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