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Lexapro and wellbutrin and drinking once a month
« on: August 30, 2014, 01:40:43 PM »
Hi everyone I just have a very quick question I am on 19mg of Lexapro 150mg of wellbutrin and a few friends want to go out tonight and have a few beers can i do this? Will it stop my heart or something if I drink a few beers wile on this meds oh and I'm also on hydrockzine for when the panic attacks get real bad but I do like to have a few beers with my friends every once in awhile it's the only time I actually feel better and not panicy but I herd u can't drink wile on wellbutrin is this so my question is is it ok for me to go out once a month and have a few beers wile on this meds is it going to kill me ....
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Re: Lexapro and wellbutrin and drinking once a month
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2014, 03:24:00 PM »
You can do it, although whether you should or not is up to you. The advisories are to stop people from drinking excessively. its not actually a dangerous combination as far as toxicity goes; instead, the problem is it drastically lowers your alcohol tolerance.
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Re: Lexapro and wellbutrin and drinking once a month
« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2014, 12:54:04 PM »
If I had a dollar for every thread that started: "My anxiety is through the roof this morning! I went out last night with some friends and had a few drinks....."

I'm of the mindset that drinking and anxiety don't mix, especially of you're on meds. The brief relief it may provide is just not worth the morning after.

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