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Blood pressure, Depof 37, zolpidem, cetzine, after dose and dinner not in senses. Please suggest?

My Father 63 years old with a blood pressure 160/100 was prescribed by a cardiac a combination of Depof 37 with zolpidem 10mg & half a tablet of cetzine before dinner. After having this dose he had his dinner and a little sweet dish, after this he is not feeling well he is not in his senses and i m not able to contact any doctor. PLEASE HELP
Asked On : Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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Hello! I have carefully studied your problem & would like to suggest you not to be so worried because your father, a 63 years old gentleman appears to have been experiencing the extreme sedative effect of the combination of five antidepressants / antipsychotics plus cetirizine, all of these drugs cause a profound sedation.( Depof 37 is a combination of four drugs, Trihexphenidyl, Chlordiazepoxide, Trifluperazine, and Imipramine hydrochloride.)
In this condition you should contact an eminent psychiatrist urgently!
The sedative effect will be subsided but may take a longer period, so your father should be under observation of a psychiatrist in view of certain complications, till his recovery.
Thanks & wishing a speedy recovery of your father!
Answered: Thu, 10 May 2012
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