Aspirin and gabapentin Drug Interactions
Gabapentin and aspirin cannot be taken together, as it causes moderate interaction. These medicines may cause some risk. Aspirin may decrease the amount of gabapentin concentration and lower the absorption in the body. Aspirin interacts with the gabapentin and decreases the concentration of gabapentin in the blood. This may cause an increase in seizures. However, if gabapentin is taken after the dose of aspirin, this may cause decrease in the concentration of aspirin in the body by increasing drug metabolism and this may cause liver problems. If you notice any sign of seizures, including abnormal involuntary motor movements, then contact your doctor or pharmacist.