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Is there any possible interactions between Cipralex for depression and Inderal for hypersensitivity?

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hi im taking Cipralex 10mg today i started 5mg a week before along with Inderal 80mg long release and Xanax .25 twice a day to combat the cipralex side that ok? Although my doc has prescribed this im still scared the combination may be bad especially that i increased the Cipralex today to 10mg
Posted Fri, 14 Mar 2014 in General Health
Answered by Dr. T Shobha Deepak 1 hour later
Brief Answer: There is no unlikely reaction Detailed Answer: Hi Welcome to Healthcare-Magic Greetings of the day Dear Ms XXXXXXX Cipralex is selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor which acts as an antidepressants. Inderal is Propranolol which is non selective B blocker useful as an antihypertensive and anti anxiety medication. Xanax is alprazolam which is anti anxiety medication. There is no interaction among these with each other. It will not lead to any untoward reaction. It's always advisable to increase dosage in consultation with your Physician after review of symptoms. I hope it helped Take care Best Regards Dr T Shobha Deepak MBBS, MD
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