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Alcohol, celexa, lamitcal -- bad news? chemist?

Posted by AMD on August 1, 2004, at 19:15:42


I've been on Celexa 80mg and Lamictal 200 mg for about two weeks now, and have for the first time started to feel a return to normal.

Last night I went to a bar and had a couple sips (maybe a fourth) of glass of vodka and Coke. I also smoked on cigarette.

Today I am very depressed. I feel guilty about fooling with my medicines in this way, and especially bad that I completely brought this on myself.

Can alcohol, even a relatively small amount, interact with the medicines in such a way to bring one back into a depression. Can I expect, by abstaining, to return to feeling back to normal, or will these permanently screw up my body's response to the medication? Why am I feeling a bit depressed now?





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