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Hi.. Greetings.. i am taking an anti craving treatment since 3 months for quit smoking and i quit it sucessfuly. From last 2 days i am suffering from fever so i went for blood check for dengue n other type fever. Symptoms are of dengue fever. So i want to know that if it comes dengue positve should i quit medicines i.e anti depressent suddenly or to conitue it in fever . .Please suggest me what to do ?
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Dr. Antara Gupta
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Yes you may continue your medications.
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Dear friend, To stop any psychiatric medicines, you should consult your doctor. Once you are cured from dengue fever, please get help from a psychotherapist for your stress levels and mood swings. Visit www.mastermindfoundation.com Wishes
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Hello..... You should have mentioned name of medicine , dengue is viral fever nothing to do with anti depressants, still your stage of dengue should be assessed, get platelet count ,don't stop any anti psychotic medicine suddenly without consulting psychiatrist........
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