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Miscellaneous Enzyte Interactions
The zinc in Enzyte may interact with various antibiotics, binding to them in the digestive tract and preventing them from being absorbed into the bloodstream.
It is thought that Enzyte could interfere with immune-suppressing drugs (due to the ginseng and pine bark extract), such as those used to prevent organ transplant rejection. If you take an immunosuppressant, check with your healthcare provider before taking Enzyte.
Enzyte may affect the way your body responds to diabetes medications, depending on several factors. It is possible that it could increase, decrease, or have no effect on blood sugar levels, depending on how much insulin your body makes naturally and which diabetes medications you take. If you have diabetes, check with your healthcare provider before taking Enzyte. If you decide to take Enzyte, you may need to monitor your blood sugar more frequently for a while.
There are many other miscellaneous Enzyte drug interactions, many of them minor or probably insignificant.

Final Thoughts on Enzyte Drug Interactions

If you take any prescription medications, check with your healthcare provider before taking Enzyte. This is especially important for medications with dangerous side effects, life-saving medications, or those for which effectiveness is very important. Your healthcare provider may want to monitor you more closely and adjust the dose of your other medications if necessary. In some situations, your healthcare provider may recommend that you do not take Enzyte. In all cases, don't forget to mention Enzyte when your healthcare provider asks about the medications and supplements you are taking.
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