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Posted by: Farida | 2009/11/11

Deprozan &  Hypertension

Can Deprozan be taken when Hypertensive.

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Deprozan is, I think, a generic version of Fluoxetine. There should be no particular problem taking it if one has hypertension as such, but if you are taking treatment for hypertension, DO speak to your prescribing doctor and ask about the particular combination of whatever you take for the hypertension, and th Deprozan. There are other antidepressants which may be less adviseable to combine either with common antihypertensives or with hypertension itself.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2009/11/11

Deprozan is, I think, a generic version of Fluoxetine. There should be no particular problem taking it if one has hypertension as such, but if you are taking treatment for hypertension, DO speak to your prescribing doctor and ask about the particular combination of whatever you take for the hypertension, and th Deprozan. There are other antidepressants which may be less adviseable to combine either with common antihypertensives or with hypertension itself.

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