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Is It Safe To Take Modafinil As A Study Aid While On A Ssri
Yes.: Yes. Modafinil is safe to take with ssri's. In fact, many psychiatrists use Modafinil as an adjunct to ssri's in treatment resistant depression. I have had a lot of success prescribing it to patients on ssris who have persisting energy and concentration deficits. Just make sure that all your doctors are aware of every medication you're taking. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Am taking antibiotics for prostatitis. Safe to take provigil for ssri-induced sleepiness? does provigil interact with antibiotic/worsen prostatitis?
Yes, it's safe: There is no significant interaction between the antibiotics and the provigil. However, be sure to always check with the pharmacist when you pick up new meds to make sure that all of your medications and interactions are carefully reviewed. I hope you feel better soon! ...Read more
Ssris&snris&dnris &modafinil&ritalin didn't work on my m.D.D, im sensitive to adverse effects such t.C.A(drowsiness, sedation...) , what I should do?
Naturopathic Medicin: Perhaps it is time to stop taking pills and to leave the allopathic approach and seek out alternative ways to treat mental health. ...Read more
Is it safe to take modafinil without a prescription. You can order it online legally here in the uk. I would be taking it for exams?
Generally yes: If taken in recommended dosage it is generally safe with or without prescription. ...Read more
Moderate chance of: interaction. Codeine with diazepam may increase side effects (dizziness, drowsiness, confusion, and difficulty concentrating). Modafinil may increase blood levels and effects of diazepam and may need dose adjustment or more frequent monitoring by your doctor to safely use both medications. Contact your doctor if your condition changes or you experience increased side effects.Best regards, ...Read more
Are the generic forms of modafinil (pro vigil) that can be bought without a prescription online safe to take and effective for the most part?
Never: It is never a good idea to put yourself on a medication without the guidance and follow up of a doctor. You do not possess the knowledge of the mechanisms of these meds and thus will not understand the subtle things to look for as far as adverse events. You also cannot objectively assess the success or failure of the drug. Please see a doctor first. ...Read more
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