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Crystal meth user, stopped using drug. Taking anti-depressants. Can I take both together?

Iam a crystal meth but I have been one my way to cleaning my self up and i started to see a doctor and he put me on cipralex antidepressident and what i want to know if i do do some meth should i be taking my anti depressisents i heard that anti depressients and crystal meth should not be done at the same time is this true
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. You have stoped taking crystal meth and started using antidepresants upto here it is nise.
Again you are thinking of meth. that is the majar side effect of meth. ADDICTION. You try to let the anti depressants
work. if you take meth with antidepressants both will loose their purpose and leave you some where with out destination.
To stop meth try to be engaged in some or other activities like gardening watching t.v. hearing music. practice yoga
meditation. Have balanced diet containing green leafy vegetables pulses sprouts fruits and juices. To be happy and
healthy never go back again. Thank you.
Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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