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Re: Do SSRIs and Stimulants Oppose? bleauberry

Posted by mtdewcmu on May 2, 2011, at 17:55:22

In reply to Re: Do SSRIs and Stimulants Oppose?, posted by bleauberry on May 2, 2011, at 16:33:34

> I think a majority of clinicians would probably say stimulants improve ssri efficacy, not oppose it. The stimulants add the NE/dopamine component that the SSRIs are squashing out.

I'm more concerned with the opposite interaction. The SSRI interfering with the stimulant.


Real psych patient. Not a real doctor. Contact a doctor for medical advice.
40mg citalopram, 20mg ish d-amphetamine, 15mg mirtazapine


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