Omega 3 oil and magnesium supplements

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Hi, I saw a TV show that recommended omega 3 and magnesium for anxiety and depression. Ive checked online and cant see any reason why they could have a negative interaction with citralopram and pregabalin. Anyone here know of any potential issues?

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    I'm taking them and no interactions that I have noticed my muscle spasms settled down and hair is not falling out as much. I also take centrum silver it's for people who are over 50 and I'm in late 20s but it helps with my hair loss a lot as it was falling g out due to stress recently.

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      Think you are right as I got it on citalopram and sertraline. Has yours improved at all. I'm back on citalopram so hoping won't be too bad. Trying collagen shampoo seems be helping bit. I'm bit wary of any supplements as anything I've tried in zop withdrawal made symptoms lot worse.

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      hey lovely, my hair loss settles a little when im having good days and yes i was exactly the same couldnt tolerate anything except epsom salts in a bath i highly recommend those as they help with anxiety and sleep and even i can tolerate those, how are you feeling today? x

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      I only shower can you take them by mouth? I'm 4 days into citalopram expect it to be bit up and down first couple weeks, but think slightly better than when on sertraline. Waking at about 4 am every day but do get few hours sleep so could be worse. If it works will put up with the hair problems!

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      My friend just come off citalopram after several years and then mirttzapine after 2 weeks just told to stop cold turkey feeling awful. Think you are withdrawing told her she should do it over several weeks is that what you would advise?

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      Thanks I'll give them a try. Did you find the citalopram helped? Do find this forum is a real support. A friend recently told me I was the only one who could make myself better not exactly what you need!

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      to be honest i never had anxiety until withdrawal and cit didnt suit me, it does for so many others, forums are great, when i was going through mirt withdrawal i started my own support group on facebook, its still going today and has helped many people, this is a really tough thing to go through but we will all get there, patience is key x

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      lemanna

      ive been told that by people also and it does hurt when you are in a bad place. try not to be angry with them they really just dont know unless theyve been through it! hang in there!!

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      she's actually been on meds for years for depression guess I'm bit over sensitive. Never thought year after stopping zopiclone would still be suffering people seem think you should be recovered after couple months. Hopefully citalopram will eventually kick in!

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    hi lou my psychiatrist said no issue with taking those, or vitamin b complex which is also supposed to be good

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    I do the same as LaLa-centrum silver, omega 3, and Magnesium. No issues at all with the Cit

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    hi lou, im super sensitive so i try to get everything i need from food, have tried various vitamins and they all triggered me, you may be different though, i use epsoms salts which contain magnesium and im fine with them, if youre going to introduce those bits, try one at a time and low doses so if they do cause any problems youll know which one it is x

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