Does your Dr give you 2+ meds with major interactions?


#1

Remeron and wellbutrine says major interaction on Drugs.com website.

The risk is siezures. And mentions things such as cns issues .

I have non-active cns medical issues.

Would you do it?

Has any one taken them together before?


#2

My doctor used to have me on two meds that can cause prolonged QT syndrome. He said the odds of it happening were so low that the benefits outweighed the risk.


#3

Hi, I am on both remeron and wellbutrin. Both are a fairly low dose.

And I have had no trouble with these two interacting. Everything has been O.K.


#4

My doctor is switching me to zyprexa tomorrow but I’m currently on lorazepam as well. Anyone have experience using the two together?


#5

Lorazepam is not an antipsychotic. It doesn’t interact with Zyprexa. So no harm in taking them together.


#6

Its a anti anxiety tablet right…???


#7

Normally two drugs both of which can prolong the Qt interval cannot be used together. It raises the risk of torsa de pointes which can cause death. I do not understand why your doctor gave them to you. Probably you are on low doses and the doctor may have felt that it is safe to give them together.


#8

Oh good to know, either way I’m tapering off Zyprexa(short lived I know) due to weight gain.


#9

Yes it’s a benzodiazepine


#10

My Zoloft Abilify and naltrexone all have major interactions, but in a positive way. They supposedly feed off each other. I seriously think this is the best med combo for me because they interact in such a way together. Even if the Abilify isn’t the best anti-psychotic for me, or Zoloft best antidepressant, they both interact with the naltrexone really well


#11

Here’s an article