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Is it dangerous take drugs (amphetamine or ketamine) and anti-depression (sertraline)? Sometimes with alcohol. What can happen ?

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Dr. Joseph Weiner
Psychiatry
2 doctors agree

In brief: Very dangerous

It is very dangerous to take street drugs with sertraline.
One example is that amphetamines can sometimes make it easier for a person to have a seizure and this can become even easier when you combine them with sertraline. Many other possible drug interactions can occur and alcohol can worsen them. One question is what is causing you to take amphetamines and ketamine? Please seek help for this.

In brief: Very dangerous

It is very dangerous to take street drugs with sertraline.
One example is that amphetamines can sometimes make it easier for a person to have a seizure and this can become even easier when you combine them with sertraline. Many other possible drug interactions can occur and alcohol can worsen them. One question is what is causing you to take amphetamines and ketamine? Please seek help for this.
Dr. Joseph Weiner
Dr. Joseph Weiner
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Dr. Jonathan Nehrer
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Please see below

Please do not self medicate, take only the prescirbed meds and tell the prescribing doctor what else you are prescribed.

In brief: Please see below

Please do not self medicate, take only the prescirbed meds and tell the prescribing doctor what else you are prescribed.
Dr. Jonathan Nehrer
Dr. Jonathan Nehrer
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