Interaction Of Adderral Cymbalta And Gabapentin

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I am on cymbalta 60mg at night and 30mg in the morning along with 200mg of gabapentin 3x a day for fybromayalgia and mild depression. I was given adderall 30mgs and I took a few of them. I felt focused but had started to sweat excessively for a couple of hours and my pupils are dilated. I looked up the symptoms and it linked me to serotonin syndrome. Being freaked out I didn't take my gabapentin or cymbalta yet today. My question is...if I took 60mg of adderall this morning, should I take the other two scripts (cymbalta and gabapentin) today or skip them and wait 24 hrs for the adderall to leave my system? Do I need medical attention or am I being paranoid? My muscles are cramping up in my back and hands so I'm not sure if this is caused from skipping my meds for fibromyalgia or if I could be experiencing life threatening conditions? Also I have prescribed Xanax I take occasionally for anxiety...should I take one to calm down the effects of the adderall? I know this is a lot of questions but I need help on what to do. I won't be doing this mix ever again! Please send feedback. Much appreciated!



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RegrettingIt Says:
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Correcion.... gabapentin I have is 300mg 3x a day not 200mg.

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