Doesn't look like you got a chance to fininsh your thought here, but I too think it sounds like a bad mix. I have been on all three but at different times and couldn't mix them myself, I tried mixing two of these together and didn't do well but everyone is different though. Is he on supervision by a psychiatrist I hope? Some General Practitioners or Internists go nuts with alot of meds that they are not experts on like these for one please advise your brother to be carful and follow doctors/pharmacists directions and try to keep an eye out for awhile to make sure he is o.k., feel free to write in for support for yourself too if needed, families of mental health patients need support too in order to help their families get better, this is a good site for support there are alot of good people here, marjorie zych
I think your brother is right, please read more on this site: https://www.drugs.com/interactions-check.php?drug_list=1640-1015,133-54,1744-1113, hope it helps?
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