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B12 safe or not with antipsychotic drugs
My wife was diagnosed with post partum pscychois.currently she is taking antipsychotic drugs(respi,futee,clonzepam,etc.) Is it ok to take vitamin b 12 supplement with these antipsychotic drugs.? Is there any side effects of taking b12 with these antipsychotic drugs!
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She can take it
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If her blood levels are ok fo not worry. If she is receiving very high doses she may have ; Dizziness Headache Anxiety Nausea Vomiting If so cöntact your doctor.
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Vitamin B12 can be safely taken with antipsychotics. Please do so only under Medical guidance
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Actually Vit B12 will be beneficial along with these treatments. Usually during post partum psychotic patch, vitamin deficiency is common due to poor food intake. You can continue medicines and B12 together. No problem at all.
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She can take antipsychotic drugs along with vitamin B12.
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