What about the combination of Percocet and an antidepressant?

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Anonymous

30 Jan 2012

Hello Janetmarasco. I believe you mean Percocet. It would depend on the antidepressant, but theres no reason why you can't take the two as long as the antidepressant doesn't interfer negatively (side effects) with the Percocet. Your doctor would beable to suggest any number of drugs available to you. Good health and wishes to you,pledge

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