I'm taking Escitalopram 10mg before sleep for last 5 months, During day time shall i drink green tea during this medication. Is there any possible side effects will occur due to this combination. Also please advice is it safe to drink coffee instead of Green tea.
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Yes, you can drink a couple of cups of coffee in the morning, not too much, as you know caffeine makes one anxious and that could have an undesired effect and green tea has plenty of caffeine.
navin; could not find any problems but im with my friend masso on this there just is not enough info out on all these type things on the market these days. chuck1957
I don't know I'm asking the same question and looking for the answer. Bilberry Blackberry green tea extract in a vitamin for macular degeneration. Taking Lexapro 10 mg in the morning. Multiple vitamins with minerals is it safe to take I need the vitamin for my eyes.
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