- Coenzyme Q10Coenzyme Q10: According to anecdotal reports, clonidine, hydralazine, and methyldopa may reduce CoQ10 concentrations.
- MelatoninMelatonin: Based on evidence from human and animal studies, medications that reduce levels of vitamin B6 in the body (such as hydralazine) may also deplete melatonin levels (8872867, 11349394, 1806289, 272672).
- Vitamin B6/pyridoxineVitamin B6/pyridoxine: Based on human case reports, hydralazine (Apresoline®) may increase pyridoxine requirements (5847557). The need for pyridoxine supplementation has not been adequately studied.
- Zinc:Zinc: Captopril and valsartan have reduced serum zinc levels in rabbits, but not in humans (19198707). This reduction, however, may not be clinically relevant.
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