300 Mg Of Gabepenten & Citalopram Of 40 Mg

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I went into La-La land when i took both of those together with my 2 10 mg hydrocodone today. Which one hsc to go and I think it is the citalogram--not the gabenten?!

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Verwon Says:

From checking the interactions, each of these can cause central nervous system depression and they can all pretty much react with each other to make it must more pronounced. Thus, there really isn't any one of them to blame.

Some people separate them, to avoid these synergistic effects by taking them an hour or more apart. Other people may need to discontinue one or more of the medications or need a dosage adjustment.




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