Can I take antidepressants with anti-inflammatory medications?


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Edgar Lopez answered

For a while I was taking antidepressants due to a family situation but after overcoming it, I remember that the doctor told me that I should no longer take the antidepressant unless I suffered from a specific pain, so he explained that feeling sad is not the The only reason to take antidepressants, since selective serotonin reuse inhibitors are used to attack from back pain to premature ejaculation. So what is the problem? Apparently, mixing antidepressants and a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug increases the risk of internal bleeding up to six times.

A study by the University of Wake Forest in the United States revealed that the effect of antidepressants on platelet inhibitory function and blood thinning of aspirin can lead to bleeding from the gastrointestinal tract. Scholars say it is worth the risk in the case of people with pain who is fighting depression, but who for other reasons are taking antidepressants, it is recommended to take acetaminophen, which is a pain reliever and also serves to reduce the body fever.

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