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I am supposed to be having my wisdom teeth removed.

I am supposed to be having my wisdom teeth removed. I am currently taking 20mg of trintellix, 150mg of seroquel, 15mg twice daily of buspar, and Xanax .5mg 4 times daily. My question is my oral surgeon wants me to take ibuprofen 600mg every 6-8 hours and alternate with Tylenol. I know that ibuprofen and trintellix seem to have an interaction and can cause bleeding. My worry is I won’t be able to form a blot clot to
Protect the wounds. Should I not take ibuprofen? Is it too dangerous?
Sat, 3 Nov 2018
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