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Re: Trileptal reduces Geodon? How much? Sheilac

Posted by SLS on September 13, 2015, at 14:34:11

In reply to Trileptal reduces Geodon? How much?, posted by Sheilac on September 13, 2015, at 13:38:20

> Does anyone know how much Trileptal reduces Geodon?
> I take 160mg of Geodon and yesterday I took 300mg Trileptal for my neuropathy and today I did, in fact notice a difference in my mood for the worse. I felt like I needed more Geodon.
> I'm searing to see if I can find out the percentage or something.

Do you make these changes with your doctor's consent?

Tegretol can reduce Geodon by 35% or more via induction of P450 3A4/5. I don't know about Trileptal.

Maybe you can talk to your doctor about using another drug for neuropathy instead of Trileptal.

Cymbalta can treat both depression and neuropathy at the same time. However, you might need additional protection against mania when you use an antidepressant of any sort. You could *possibly* combine Trileptal and Cymbalta without Geodon, but with another antipsychotic if necessary.

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