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Would luvox mix ok with lamictal, tegretol, klonopin, andro gel, onglyza, (saxagliptin) vitoryn, plavix, aspirin, coreg, losartan, isosorbide or would Zoloft be safer?
Lot of medications: I'm not sure whether these are all prescribed by the same physician? It sounds as though your bipolar disorder (from the additional info you supplied) may be quite hard to manage, and meds have been added but none removed. Perhaps you'd benefit from a second opinion about your case and possibly simplify your regimen. It could also be that your symptoms demand high intensity measures. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
If by doctor's order: If you're taking these medications on doctor's order then, I cannot tell you NOT to take either one of them or any of them. But if what you're asking is whether or not it's SAFE to take ADDERALL (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) with all the other medications or whether or not it's really NECESSARY for to take ADDERALL (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) given the rest of the drugs you're taking then, that discussion should really be with your prescribing doctor. ...Read more
Stimulant & Stones: Stimulants, like adderall, as well as seroquel (quetiapine) have potential anti-cholinergic side effects, which includes dehydration, which can increase the risk of developing kidney stones. If the use of these medications is indicated for you, to reduce the risk of kidney stones, drink 8-10 glasses water (8oz each) every day.If you are having pain or blood with urination or have questions, call your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does any of these meds onterfere with calcium eing absorbed.Synthroid, buspar, zoloft, evista, adderall, lyrica, (pregabalin) voltaren, zocor, klonopin, lamictal, biotin?
Which causes asthenia after not taking; 1-Haloperidol
Racing thoughts: If the racing thoughts are from bipolar disorder, Depakote is probably the best. Keppra (levetiracetam) has been studied in bipolar depression, but the results have not been so good. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21034692 Lexapro and Celexa are both antidepressants which could worsen bipolar disorder if given by themselves without a mood stabilizer like depakote. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Take cymbalta (duloxetine) 60, lamictal 100, tegretol 600, klonopin 2.5 for OCD and mood..Is this a safe combination..And is 60 the usual dose for cymbalta (duloxetine)?
Seems fine: These dosages seem to be workable although it is an intense combination of mood stabilizers. The dose of duloxetine at 60 mg is at the usual amount for the treatment of a mood disorder although higher dosages are thought to be potentially helpful for the treatment of chronic pain. Stay safe! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not at all!: These do together with major risks between ALL! Don't just stop them but DO contact your Dr immediately and if there's any delay, find a good pharmacist to help you deal with this bad situation. This link might show you the risks but you can search them if it fails: But best is a Dr or pharmacist: https://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php?drug_list=843-4506,1115-648,440-203 Please be careful!!! ...Read more
What RLS drug is safe to take with cymbalta, (duloxetine) wellbutrin, pravastatin, zonegran, prilosec, aspirin?
Out of work in a cost cutting measure -considering switching from brand lamictal to generic lamortigine...Has any one had problems with generics?
Try the generic: I personally have not had patients have problems with the generic for lamictal, lamotrigine. The good thing is that you know how you should be feeling on the brand; if you don't think you feel the same, then you can switch back if necessary. Good luck and let us know how it goes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anticonvulsant: Lamictal (lamotrigine) is a sodium channel blocker acting on the central nervous system. This reduces transmission of electrical discharges in the brain to reduce seizure propagation. This drug also is a mood stabilizer useful in bipolar disorder. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Lamictal is primarily an anti-epileptic drug which is also utilized in psychiatry. Numerous other drugs exist within this class, and if you are taking the drug and it seems ineffective or adverse events are present, your doctor could easiiy change to another medication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If on a higher dose eg 200mg or more. There is an increased risk of seizure. My patient who feel it is helping report that they feel acutely anxious and depressed if they miss a dose. If it isn't helping you might not notice. I would only stop suddenly if there is an allergic rn. There is no need to suddenly stop. Talk with your prescriber. ...Read more
Lamictal: needs to be slowly titrated to minimise the risk of Steven's Johnson Syndrome and other life threatening rashes (Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis) One typically adds 25 mg every 10 days to 2 weeks so it may take a 2-3 months to get up to a therapeutic level for management of Epilepsy or Mania. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Either...: Lamictal can be taken at either time, whichever feels right for you. If it tends to make you drowsy , take it in the evening or at bedtime. If it seems to make it difficult to sleep or if it seems to give you a bit of a lift, then take it in the morning. Don't be afraid to experiment with what is the best time for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lamictal: What mg. is the dose?Get a more detailed answer ›
Wait the next dose.: Hello. The starting dose of Lamictal is 50 mg/day that should be increased gradually to a maintenance dose from 400 to 600 mg./daily. You have taken to much Lamictal, so wait for the next dose time and start using Lamictal as prescribed by your Doctor. The dose you have taken shouldn't cause any health problems. Greetings. ...Read more