Are There Any Medications With Which Antidepressants Should Not Be Combined In Seniors?

Question: Are there any medications with which antidepressants should not be combined in seniors?

Answer: Antidepressants are relatively safe medications and don't have adverse interactions with other medications. There are a few exceptions though. Some antidepressants raise blood pressure and shouldn't be taken in people who have a high blood pressure. Other antidepressants have adverse interactions with medicines that can boost blood pressure and cause problems.

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