Can You Use Low Doses Of Tramadol And Celexa (citalopram) Together?

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Can you use low doses of Tramadol and Celexa (citalopram) on the same day? 20 mg of Celexa a day and 50mg of tramadol as needed, so not everyday usage on the tramadol.



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Verwon Says:

Using them together is generally not recommended. Both Tramadol and Celexa can raise levels of Serotonin in the brain, if the levels go too high, it may result in Serotonin Syndrome, which can be fatal.

Learn more Tramadol details here.

Learn more Celexa details here.

Has your doctor prescribed them both for you?

They are sometimes used together, but it requires caution and very close, regular monitoring.

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Thanks! The tramadol is an old prescription and I didn't think to ask my doctor since I dont take it very often. Thats scary, I think I wont mess with the combination and maybe when I get a flare up I'll take something else for the pain..

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