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If anticonvulsants, warfarin, or other antimalarial medications are taken with mefloquine, drug interactions may occur. Some of these reactions can affect the level of the medications in the blood and increase your risk of potentially dangerous side effects. To help reduce your risk for complications, make sure to tell your healthcare provider if you are taking any other medications before starting treatment with mefloquine.

An Overview of Mefloquine Interactions

Mefloquine hydrochloride (Lariam®) is a prescription medication licensed to prevent and treat malaria infections. It may potentially interact with many other medications. Because this drug stays in the body for several weeks after the end of treatment, interactions may occur for up to 15 weeks after the last dose of mefloquine was taken.
 
Some of the medications that may lead to mefloquine drug interactions include but are not limited to:
 
 
 
 
 
 
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