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Yes, it is

Posted by janey girl on August 14, 1999, at 20:09:04

In reply to Two antidepressants at the same time?, posted by B.B. on August 14, 1999, at 19:06:05


I have been on Wellbutrin and Effexor at the same time,
also along with trazadone and Ambien concurrently.

I was on too many drugs at the time -- 3 AD's and
one sleeping pill. My GOOD doc got me whittled
down to Effexor and trazadone. Now, I'm on Wellbutrin
and trazadone. There doesn't seem to be any problem
taking Wellbutrin and Effexor together.

The reason my doc kept the trazadone in my treatment
is for my chronic insomnia.

Good luck.




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