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Re: Oxycontin counteracts the effects of Celexa?DR BOB

Posted by maryhelen on April 24, 2003, at 21:55:03

In reply to Oxycontin counteracts the effects of Celexa?DR BOB, posted by Denize on April 23, 2003, at 23:18:45

I do not know why the Celexa is not working for your husband but if he has been taking high doses of oxycontin for 3 years there is a possibility that his brain chemistry may have changed.

With these types of powerful pain medications, our bodies can also become very dependent on them, therefore making it difficult to stop. In a way, they can work like an anti-depressant except the effect is immediate.

I agree with Caleb, if I was taking oxycontin I would not need to take an anti depressant.





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