Our expert says:
Of course your own doctor should have checked on possible interactions between these meds before prescribing anything else ; and your pharmacist should have, similarly, checked before dispensing the new meds. The difficulty is that the precise combination you are on may be unique, and hence unpredictable. A + B may be fine, and B+C may be fine, but A+B+C might not be.
Aitibiotics of various finds, like Tetracycline, can have significant psych effects, much more than most prescribing docs realize - including depression, even hallucinations. Pulmison is not used in the USA. It is a steroid, and steroids can also cause psych side-effects, including depressions, psychoses, and so on. Insomnia and mood changes are definitely described with Pulmison.
So some bad temper is not surprising. If the course of these drugs is not, presumably, intended to continue for long, this may be as bad as it gets.
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