Dichlorphenamide, used to treat primary hypokalemic periodic paralysis and primary hyperkalemic periodic paralysis, increases aspirin levels. Coadministration with high-dose aspirin can cause anorexia, lethargy, tachypnea, and coma.
Learn more about potential interactions with aspirin.
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