The interaction of Yodex with other preparations containing iodine is a threat of its overabundance, which leads to a decrease in the effectiveness of thyreostatic (antithyroid) drugs (Betazina, Diiodotyrosine, Perchlorate potassium, etc.).
The use of thyroid hormone pituitary hormone promotes the accumulation of iodine in the thyroid gland. The intake of vitamins A, B2, B6, B9 and B12 improves the absorption of potassium iodide by the cells of the thyroid gland.
Potential development of hyperkalemia is possible with parallel administration of Yodex with other drugs that have potassium in their composition (for example, the diuretics Veroshpiron, Amilorid, Triamteren, etc.). With the simultaneous administration of iodine-containing drugs and lithium preparations, an increase in the thyroid gland is possible, and the use of pharmacological agents with plant alkaloids threatens the formation of insoluble compounds.