Our expert says:
Firstly, your doctor should NEVER EVER have prescribed any drug, including Champix, to you without being confident that there would be no serious interactions with any other drugs you were taking. And he should have fully explain any significant side-effects, complications and interactions, with you.
With any complexities such as you describe, your treatment should be run by a specialist PSYCHIATRIST, based on his detailed assessment of you and your situation, and a discussion of treatment options, and not by a GP.
A psychiatrist could also help yopu both to choose the most suitable antidepressant, but the right dose. If you just drop doses on your on, you may reach a dose which has no useful anti-depressant effect left, but only some potential for side-effects - a bad deal !
CAT is NEVER EVER a good idea to take for any reason whatever ( its nad for your brain !) and its potential for making mischief with any ofn the other drugs you're taking is high. Maybe its why you have occasionally had seizures ?
And we really don't have any useful and reliable information about the interaction between an illegal substance like CAT and any legal drugs, because there is no way to do proper research to offer such advice - we only know from seeing the results of bad actions and interactiosn when it is likely to be bad. and it is
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