Diet Supplements And Mental Health Medication Interactions

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bobby Says:


Can I take diet supplements while I'm taking mental health meds such as latuda, buspirone, doxepin and aripiprazole?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Bobby! How are you?

It really depends on what supplements you want to take, some are safe, according to FDA reports, and some are not. Can you please post back with more details? The NIH warns that some supplements can cause a possibly dangerous condition called Serotonin Syndrome, when mixed with some supplements and herbal products, this condition has been known to be fatal, in some cases.

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