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Taking Wellbutrin and Synthroid. Want to take Amberen (for menopause). Is it ok?

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oceanluvr 19 Apr 2010

Amberen is primarily made up of succinate salts, in particular ammonium succinate, calcium disuccinate and magnesium disuccinate. These are naturally found and do not pose any significant long term risk. Furthermore, there are a number of herbs which have been used for centuries to reduce inflammation along with essential vitamins to aid in the transition process.

Having said this, is it safe? The answer to this is yes, except for a small minority of cases. It is worth bearing in mind that Amberen contains small amounts of MSG which, in such tiny amounts, acts as a neurotransmitter to help the brain adjust to menopause more rapidly. A small number of women, however, can be very sensitive to MSG.

It doesn't work for everyone. Disguss this with your doctor to see if its safe for you.

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