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Prazosin is a member of the alpha blocker family of drugs used to lower blood pressure in people with hypertension. Prazosin is also used to treat some instances of heart failure.

At the time of writing, this product had no well-known interactions with food, supplements, or other compounds. Follow manufacturer instructions for safe use.

Interactions Details

Interactions with Foods & Other Compounds


Prazosin may be taken with or without food.1


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1. Jaillon P. Clinical pharmacokinetics of prazosin. Clin Pharmacokinet 1980;5:365–76 [review].

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