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I am suffering from OCD and I am taking sertraline 200mg from 5 months and whenever I feel anxiety I take clonazepam 0.5 mg and then I feel relaxed and calm .will clonazepam affect antidepressants?
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It would be for ur own benefit if consult a psychologist and get psychotherapy done that should help u to control anxiety which is on and off that wl help u to cut down clonazepam... Continue sertraline as u r.. Tc
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No, Occasional clonazepam will not hamper antidepressant
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Always take it on advise of your treating Psychiatrist
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Clonazepam helps manage anxiety. So it affects antidepressants in a good way.
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No issues u can take clonazepam as an when required basis.continue taking sertraline.wish u recovery soon.
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