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Not Common: In the clinical trials with Prozac (fluoxetine) abnormal vision was reported by 2% of patients as opposed to 1% of those receiving a placebo. In overdose impaired accommodation is described. So blurred vision can occur with prozac, (fluoxetine) but it is quite uncommon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Zoloft, Abilify (aripiprazole): Zoloft (sertraline) is a medication for treatment of depression. it can cause blurred vision. Abilify is a medication for psychosis, it can cause blurred vision. Discuss with your Psychiatrist benefits and side effects of these medications, then make your decision. ...Read more
Yes but ....: more often than not the eye problems are due to something else. Best have the eye doctor have a look. (refraction, tonometry and a good look at the back of the eye ) If then it is thought that the medication may be contributing, the prescribing physician should be made aware and allowed to participate in any proposed change in medication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Lexapro (escitalopram) affects serotonin, a neurotransmitter in the brain that modulates mood as well as anxiety. Lowering the dose of Lexapro (escitalopram) could increase anxiety, especially if it was done too quickly. Please discuss this with your prescribing physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am taking elavile, inderal, Effexor (venlafaxine) for chronic migraine, 3 years condtition.Prevs taken zoloft, cymbalt, topamax.Will it permanently affect cognitition ?
Too many meds: Taking all of these medications together is not a good idea. You run the risk of serotonin syndrome, a potentially lethal condition and you are at increased risk of seizures. It sounds like you must have a difficult case of depression and anxiety and I suggest you talk with you doctor about a better combination. Cymbalta (duloxetine) and Wellbutrin are both antidepressants and you should be on one or the other ...Read more
Which is better for borderline personality disorder n mood swings?Prozac, topamax, paxil, effexor, (venlafaxine) lexaproor wellbutrin?
Purely obsessive ocd/bipolar ll. Currently 300 sertraline, 150 clomipramine, 400 Lamictal, 30 propranolol. Welbutr 4 zoloft-mood frequin? Up Lamictal
Combo: not sure what your Q. is, but please review your medications with your doctor. ...Read more
Decongestant- phenylephrine. Bp med - inderal. Antidepressants- Zoloft and wellbutrin (bupropion). And synthroid. I had asked the ? About decongestant dosage
Decongestant: We need all the pertinent info together in one question since these questions do not appear sequentially. There are several drug interactions among the current meds. Decongestants interact with BP meds like Inderal (propranolol) & lessen their effect, resulting (possibly) in higher blood pressure. Your pcp can determine what dose will least effect BP & still produce the desired decongesting effect. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
in general: No, as a general rule ssri would not worsen symptoms of schizophrenia. In fact, many patients with this condition have depression, and in those cases the use of antidepressants like zoloft (sertraline) is the norm. However every case is different so the best way to know this for a particular case, is to consult the prescribing dr. Best wishes. ...Read more
Suffer depression+anxiety. Is this combo safe? Metoprolol 25mg for BP, Bupropion 300mg, Prozac 20mg, Xanax (alprazolam) 0.5mg(5 times/week). No seizure history.
Depression -anxiety: Please have your doctor refer you to a Psychologist. It will take some time but the Psychologist will be very helpful! ...Read more
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
Ok to take an SSRI (Paxil (paroxetine) 20 mg) with history of elevated intraocular pressure and 'glaucoma suspect' status? Thanks
Best ask Eye Dr.: The provider assessing your eye issues is the best by far to ask about this. It's very good that you are thinking of it before doing it. We wish more folks would! With so many on SSRIs now, they must have had experience with the impact on such eye issues. Good luck w/ finding the best views on this. ...Read more