This depends on each individual's response. If someone finds an antidepressant particularly sedating, it shouldn't be combined with another sedative. If sedation isn't a problem, there aren't any particularly compelling contraindications for most common antidepressants.
also they have to be the kind doctors who dont prescribe good stuff like clonazepam-valium and that category.
Benzodiazepines aren't antidepressants, though they might elevate someone's mood temporarily.
i seen 4 doctors so far and they prescribed me zoloft,cymbalta and cipralex but all them dont work wit marijuana alchool tylenol advil and they have really bad sexual disfunction effects even years after you stop them, thats why i never took them.
So you, or the patient you're asking for, claims these drugs
"don't work with" marijuana, etc., but these combinations were never actually attempted? Sexual dysfunction isn't a guarantee, either, many people don't have that problem, certainly not permanently.
i tryed 2 clonazepams from my mom once and they worked in 5 mins if the doctors werent assholes and prescribed me that stuff i would only take clonazepam and never do anything else ever
You do know if clonazepam is taken on a regular basis, tolerance develops and withdrawal
can be fatal, right? That's why it's not used as an antidepressant, bro.
Actually, I'd be far more concerned about combining a benzo
than I would an SSRI
or SNRI with either or both of them. YMMV, but benzos
are almost universally sedating, whereas drugs like sertraline
can go either way.