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Can medicines for bipolar disorder(valence od500mg valium10mg serenace all once)be taken with dental bridge medicine painkillr antibiotic and bcomplex?

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Dr. Zahid Ahmed answered

Specializes in Dentistry

Talk to your doctor: For questions about whether certain drugs will have interactions (meaning taking multiple medications), i would strongly suggest speaking to your physician or pharmacist. Someone that knows the exact drugs you are taking, their doses, and your complete medical history. We can speculate online with relative accuracy, but i would caution as there is a risk with only having limited info. Best of luck.

Answered 11/27/2017

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Yes: Should be fine. You can always ask your pharmacist with the specifics to be absolutely certain.

Answered 5/1/2016

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No: You should avoid taking a diazepam, pain medication and meds for bipolar disorder, together. The antibiotic should be no problem. Both pain medication and valium are depressants which typically work against your bipolar meds. If it is deemed necessary to take pain medication with Codeine and valium, it should only be for a short period of time.

Answered 6/24/2014

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No : You should not take all these medications at once. You should discuss with your pharmacist what is the best way to take your medications especially the valium and dental pain medications.

Answered 3/24/2013

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