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Why would anyone need to take two anti-depressants?

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G and Js Mom 7 Sep 2016

I'm not a doctor but I do know from experience having to take antidepressants and the like that sometimes two that work differently with different chemicals in the brain can create the right balance. Buspar and Celexa is an example of two medications for the brain that are prescribed together sometimes. They work in harmony and balance out all the chemicals for certain conditions.

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