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PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 8:43 pm 
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I've seen someone say there is a supplement that can help get your neuroreceptors going again. Is it safe with antidepressants and what was the name. I'm taking omega-3.

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I don't claim to be any sort of expert as far as supplementing goes, I can only pass along what I've learned from others. I am also taking omega-3 along with a couple non-essential amino acids. L-Tyrosine, says right on the bottle that it helps support neurotransmitter activity. I also take vitamin C, L-Glutamine and a B complex. Unfortunately I do not know if these can be used with antidepressants, however I take Wellbutrin and have had no side effects. Hope that helps, I'm sure there are others here that may know more. Good luck to you!


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Thanks Shanks...It was the L-tyrosine I was thinking of. I'll call my psych dr tomorrow for any interactions.


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