Objective: Phase I, open-label, randomized, single-dose, 3-period crossover study assessing pharmacokinetics (PK) and safety of ZX008, a liquid oral formulation of fenfluramine (FFA) under development for adjunctive treatment of Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, administered with and without a combined antiepileptic drug (AED) regimen of stiripentol (STP), valproate (VPA), and clobazam (CLB) (STP regimen). Materials and methods: 26 healthy adults were administered the following treatments: ZX008 0.8 mg/kg; STP 3,500 mg, CLB 20 mg, VPA 25 mg/kg (max. 1,500 mg); and ZX008 0.8 mg/kg + STP regimen. Dose periods were 17 days apart. Blood samples were obtained for 72 hours after drug administration and used to calculate non-compartmental PK parameters. Results: Statistical bioequivalence-type analysis demonstrated ZX008 had no significant impact on the PK of any drug in the STP regimen, while the STP regimen moderately affected FFA PK. The 3-drug combination increased the geometric mean C max, AUC 0–t, and AUC 0–inf of FFA while reducing the C max and AUC 0–t of its major metabolite, norfenfluramine (norFFA). Adverse events (AEs) were mild to moderate and resolved spontaneously. ZX008 + STP regimen co-administration to healthy adult subjects modestly impacted the number but not severity of AEs. Conclusion: Results show that the STP regimen had a moderate impact on FFA and norFFA PK and ZX008 had no significant impact on the 3 STP regimen drugs. ZX008 would not be expected to alter the clinical response of patients to this regimen by means of an effect on PK. When administering these drugs together, a downward dose adjustment of ZX008 may be warranted.