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Can you take savella with zoloft or a SSRI?

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MacIntosh12 30 Jan 2013

Hi Julie, if the same doctor prescribed them than yes, but if two different doc's prescribed them and don't know about the other medication, I would be very hesitant to take both together. But if the docs know about each med, it's probably OK.
May I ask if you have fibromyalgia? It's common for we fibromites to be on one antiD and put on a med like savella which of course is yet another antiD, but that's the what some of our docs do, we are on two similar meds at times.
A doc may be planning to switch you to the savella and take you off of the zoloft, is that a possibility?
Best wishes and do call both doc's IF they do not know about both meds!!
Lara

WildcatVet 30 Jan 2013

https://www.drugs.com/drug_interactions.php

Hi, Julie! You can view the interaction warning at the above link. If you have more than one doctor be sure both know all the medications you're on. You'll be monitored closely.
Best wishes, WC

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