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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Heart Rate and Rhythm Disorders
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hi am currently taking testoserone and adorol together is that bad for you? I just started the adorol today and I feeel really weird. I also took prestique and I take trazadone before bed to help me sleep. Please help as I feel my heart racing and I can't sleep. I also have an irregular heart beat that worries me. Thanks
Doctor :   Hi,
User :   Hey
User :   I'm using this system on my phone so I may be slower than usual in my responses.
Doctor :   Since when are you on Prestique ?
Doctor :   its ok,
User :   today
Doctor :   its pristiq if i am not wrong ?
User :   I never told the doctor about the steroids or the trazadone. I also took a little to much testoserone. I took 400 cc
User :   Yes u are correct
Doctor :   Ok, do you have another symptoms other than palpitation ?
Doctor :   any other*
User :   Paranoya and heart pain as. Well as loss of appetite
User :   and a tad too much anger and sadness
User :   Headache
Doctor :   ok, these can be due to desfenlafaxine present in pristiq but not as any intyeraction between any of the drugs you takin
Doctor :   did you have these symptoms before taking pristiq ?
Doctor :   interaction *
User :   No but I never took adorol so I took the prestique at the same time
User :   not sure which one is doing it and I'm not sure if its ok to mix in testoserone and trazadone with the other two
Doctor :   Adderal and prestiq together are synergstic
User :   What's that mean? Pretend I'm four. Lol
Doctor :   no , testosterone and trazadone are not the one involved in causing the symptoms
User :   So they are all ok to take at the same time?
Doctor :   i am sorry , synergistic means same action amplified
Doctor :   no , specially adderal and pristiq are not to be taken at once
User :   I'm not going to have a heart attack am I?
User :   how bad is it that I took them at the same time?
Doctor :   no , its not serious
Doctor :   its just the side effects of the drugs will be amplified
Doctor :   but not cause any dangerous harm
User :   Gotcha! I didn't take the prestiq any more other than earlier today cause I thought that's what it may have been. How long will I feel this way? I took another adorol two hours ago but no pristiq. Am I gonna probably be up all night?
Doctor :   it may take around 6 to 12 hours for the effect to wear off
Doctor :   yes, you will be alright
User :   Damn
Doctor :   i advice you to visit your doctor and get your medicines revised
User :   Ok thanks man I appreciate. 10 bux well spent for peace of mind.
Doctor :   you are welcome
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me , kindly provide your feedback
User :   Really? He told me to take prestiq as well as adorol. Maybe not at the same time though
Doctor :   yes, should not be at the same time
User :   dont they work together?
Doctor :   mention about your sideeffects he will schedule them good
User :   ook thanks. Night homie
Doctor :   they do work together , they will fulfil the purpose only but amplify each others sideeffects
Doctor :   Ok, thanks again for using this service
User :   Interesting. Thanks man
Doctor :   bye for now
Doctor :   take care
User :   Bye
Doctor :   Wish you al good health
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