Not unless medically indicated and prescribed and monitored by your physician:
Click on the link to access the interaction report:
Houstongirl; It is a good idea to let both doctors know what the other prescribed and take it from there even listed as a major interaction the dose's your on would lower that greatly. But call the doctor and make sure that they are going to stay on the Interaction on this. Because really this one is used quite a bit but first and foremost make sure both doctors are aware of what you're taking and that there is an Interaction. And you have some really good answers here to read also.
Greater risk of serotonin syndrome if taken together, especially long term but can happen any time. P
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