Are there any prescription drugs that interact with caffeine pills such as pro plus?

I take various prescription drugs including tramadol and diclofenac and was wondering whether there is any interaction with pro plus/a certain amount you should/shouldn’t take with caffeine?
Taking drugs for pain, 22yo female. I take diclofenac, paracetamol and tramadol and 25mg amitriptyline at night with occasional codeine phosphate in day too if pain is bad. Wondering about interaction as would use pro plus when studying as I’m doing my finals at Uni and need to stay awake and be productive!
And sorry, by caffeine I meant pro plus at the end.

If you want to know what drug-drug interactions are relevant to your life, look up particular drugs that you use in a drug manual and you will find the answer.

You should also learn some physiology so that you can figure some of the more obvious answers for yourself. A drug-drug interaction is sometimes due to differences in the effects different drugs have on physiology.

In the United Kingdom, you have access to health care and you can ask your doctor or a nurse specifically questions such as the one above. They can direct you to printed or online resources.

Health care in Canada:

http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/index-eng.php

Health care in the United Kingdom:

http://www.nhs.uk/Pages/HomePage.aspx

Health care in the Third World:

http://www.ramusa.org/expeditions/schedule.htm

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