Can budeprion xl be taken with lithium carbonate er?
- 21 Nov 2009 by Jesliz
- budeprion, budeprion xl, bipolar disorder, lithium
can it be taken with another bipolar medications?
21 Nov 2009
Yes, Budeprion XL and lithium have no drug interactions... they are safe to take together. Have you asked your doctor about this?
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