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can you take anti-depressant medication with diagnosed bi-polar medication (epitec and tecretol)?

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Dr. Johan Nell
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Bi-polar : You can yes, the disorder is usualy best treated by mixing mood staibalizers and anti-depressants.
Answered on Nov 19, 2019

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