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Did anyone taken the antidepressant Celexa while pregnant?


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2008-12-08 21:01:20
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No. It is not safe to take zantac( an acid reducer) with celexa( an antidepressant). These medications have an interation with each other and should not be taken together. Contact your pharmacist or physician to see what alternative medications are available to treat your acid reflux while being on celexa.

Yes, Celexa and Abilify are compatible meaning they can be taken together.

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Well, since Wellbutrin isn't a MAO inhibitor, it can be taken along with Celexa.

I have been on both before , and took Wellbutrin to start my day, and Celexa was taken when I went to bed. The drugs work on different neurotransmitters and work better taken at different times.

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Yes, I am On both right now for anxiety and depression.

Once the I.U.D is removed you can get pregnant any day.

Yes. I was on the same combination for several months. Your doctor can advise you better however, and personally I would choose a different drug than Celexa.

mucinex is not to be taken with an MAOI. Celexa is a SSRI. Therefor it should be ok to mix the two. call any health professional for an over the phone answer.

Tenuate (Dospan) is an older (1970's) diet aid and having stimulant properties may increase irritability when taken with an "activating" antidepressant like amitriptyline. If you have problems with this , or teeth grinding, a better alternative might be Celexa/Lexapro/Effexor.

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No. It is not safe to snort Celexa. The directions specifically state that it must be taken orally. I can't think of one single thing that's meant to be snorted.

Celexa and Neurontin are known to have moderate interactions, and should only be taken together when monitored by a doctor. The issue is that there may be additive or synergistic increases in depressant effects.

You need to talk to your physician about such matters. We do not know your mrdical history.

YES! I just recently lost a REALLY good job because of this. It HAD to be the Celexa because I haven't taken anything else in over 8 years.

no because something bad might happen. dont even take the risk

Vertigo is a withdrawl symptom of celexa among most users however I experienced a solid 2 minutes of vertigo for the 1st time in my life along with severe headaches for the past 3 days and I am entering my 3rd week of taking celexa. Ive never taken any other pills.

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