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Drug Causes of Depression

Medication causes list:

The list of possible medications or substances mentioned in sources as possibe causes of Depression includes:

Drug interactions causing Depression:


When combined, certain drugs, medications, substances or toxins may react causing Depression.

The list below is incomplete and various other drugs or substances may cause your symptoms. Always advise your doctor of any medications or treatments you are using, including prescription, over-the-counter, supplements, herbal or alternative treatments.

  • Acebutolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Alprax and antidepressant interaction
  • Alprax and antihistamine interaction
  • Alprax and barbiturate interaction
  • Alprax and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Alprax and narcotic interaction
  • Alprax and tranquilizer interaction
  • Alprazolam and antidepressant interaction
  • Alprazolam and antihistamine interaction
  • Alprazolam and barbiturate interaction
  • Alprazolam and Digoxin interaction
  • Alprazolam and Lanoxin interaction
  • Alprazolam and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Alprazolam and narcotic interaction
  • Alprazolam and tranquilizer interaction
  • Alprazolam Intensol and Digoxin interaction
  • Alprazolam Intensol and Lanoxin interaction
  • Alti-Nadol and Reserpine interaction
  • Alti-Nadol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Ambien and benzodiazepine interaction
  • Ambien and diazepam interaction
  • Antivert 25 and alcohol interaction
  • Antivert 25 and antihistamine interaction
  • Antivert 25 and central nervous system depressant interaction
  • Antivert 25 and tranquilizer interaction
  • Antivert and alcohol interaction
  • Antivert and antihistamine interaction
  • Antivert and central nervous system depressant interaction
  • Antivert and tranquilizer interaction
  • Antrizine and alcohol interaction
  • Antrizine and antihistamine interaction
  • Antrizine and central nervous system depressant interaction
  • Antrizine and tranquilizer interaction
  • Apo-Acebutolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Apo-Alpraz and Digoxin interaction
  • Apo-Alpraz and Lanoxin interaction
  • Apo-Atenolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Apo-Atenolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Apo-Metoprolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Apo-Metoprolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Apo-Nadol and Reserpine interaction
  • Apo-Nadol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Apo-Pindol and Reserpine interaction
  • Apo-Pindol and Ser-Ap-ES interaction
  • Apo-Propranolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Apo-Propranolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Apo-Timolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Apo-Timolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Apo-Timop and Reserpine interaction
  • Apo-Timop and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Atenolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Atenolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Ativan and alcohol interaction
  • Ativan and antidepressant interaction
  • Ativan and antihistamine interaction
  • Ativan and barbiturate interaction
  • Ativan and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Ativan and narcotic interaction
  • Ativan and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Betachron and Reserpine interaction
  • Betachron and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Betaloc and Reserpine interaction
  • Betaloc and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Betaxolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Betaxolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Betimol and Reserpine interaction
  • Betimol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Betoptic and Reserpine interaction
  • Betoptic and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Betoptic-Pilo and Reserpine interaction
  • Betoptic-Pilo and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Betoptic-S and Reserpine interaction
  • Betoptic-S and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Birth Control Pill and Vitamin C interaction
  • Blocadren and Reserpine interaction
  • Blocadren and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Bonine and alcohol interaction
  • Bonine and antihistamine interaction
  • Bonine and central nervous system depressant interaction
  • Bonine and tranquilizer interaction
  • Calm-X and alcohol interaction
  • Calm-X and antihistamine interaction
  • Calm-X and central nervous system depressant interaction
  • Calm-X and tranquilizer interaction
  • Carteolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Carteolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Cartrol and Reserpine interaction
  • Cartrol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Carvedilol and Reserpine interaction
  • Carvedilol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Centrax and alcohol interaction
  • Centrax and antidepressant interaction
  • Centrax and antihistamine interaction
  • Centrax and barbiturate interaction
  • Centrax and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Centrax and narcotic interaction
  • Centrax and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Chlordiazepoxide and antidepressant interaction
  • Chlordiazepoxide and antihistamine interaction
  • Chlordiazepoxide and barbiturates interaction
  • Chlordiazepoxide and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Chlordiazepoxide and narcotics interaction
  • Chlordiazepoxide and tranquilizer interaction
  • Chlorpromazine and barbiturate interaction
  • Chlorpromazine and barbiturates interaction
  • Chlorpromazine and narcotic interaction
  • Chlorpromazine and sleeping pill interaction
  • Chlorpromazine and tranquilizer interaction
  • Clorazepate and alcohol interaction
  • Clorazepate and antidepressant interaction
  • Clorazepate and antihistamine interaction
  • Clorazepate and barbiturate interaction
  • Clorazepate and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Clorazepate and narcotic interaction
  • Clorazepate and tranquilizer interaction
  • Co-Betaloc and Reserpine interaction
  • Co-Betaloc and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Coreg and Reserpine interaction
  • Coreg and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Corgard and Reserpine interaction
  • Corgard and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Corzide and Reserpine interaction
  • Corzide and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Cosopt and Reserpine interaction
  • Cosopt and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Demerol and narcotic analgesic interaction
  • Demetabs and alcohol interaction
  • Demetabs and antihistamine interaction
  • Demetabs and central nervous system depressant interaction
  • Demetabs and tranquilizer interaction
  • Detensol and Reserpine interaction
  • Detensol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Diastat and alcohol interaction
  • Diastat and antidepressant interaction
  • Diastat and antihistamine interaction
  • Diastat and barbiturate interaction
  • Diastat and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Diastat and narcotic interaction
  • Diastat and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Diazepam and alcohol interaction
  • Diazepam and antidepressant interaction
  • Diazepam and antihistamine interaction
  • Diazepam and barbiturate interaction
  • Diazepam and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Diazepam and narcotic interaction
  • Diazepam and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Diazepam Intensol and alcohol interaction
  • Diazepam Intensol and antidepressant interaction
  • Diazepam Intensol and antihistamine interaction
  • Diazepam Intensol and barbiturate interaction
  • Diazepam Intensol and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Diazepam Intensol and narcotic interaction
  • Diazepam Intensol and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Digoxin and Amiodarone Hydrochloride interaction
  • Digoxin and Amiodarone interaction
  • Digoxin and Cardizem SR interaction
  • Digoxin and Cordrone interaction
  • Digoxin and Cyclosporine interaction
  • Digoxin and Dilacor XR interaction
  • Digoxin and Diltiazem Hydrochloride interaction
  • Digoxin and Erythromycin Base interaction
  • Digoxin and Fluoxetine interaction
  • Digoxin and Furosemide interaction
  • Digoxin and Ginseng interaction
  • Digoxin and Hydroxychloroquine interaction
  • Digoxin and Pacerone interaction
  • Digoxin and Quinidine interaction
  • Digoxin and Spironlactone interaction
  • Digoxin and Tolbutamide interaction
  • Digoxin and Trazodone interaction
  • Digoxin and Verapmil interaction
  • Dilatrend and Reserpine interaction
  • Dilatrend and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Dimenhydrinate and alcohol interaction
  • Dimenhydrinate and antihistamine interaction
  • Dimenhydrinate and central nervous system depressant interaction
  • Dimenhydrinate and tranquilizer interaction
  • Dom-Pindolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Dom-Pindolol and Ser-Ap-ES interaction
  • Dom-Timolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Dom-Timolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Dramamine and alcohol interaction
  • Dramamine and antihistamine interaction
  • Dramamine and central nervous system depressant interaction
  • Dramamine and tranquilizer interaction
  • Equanil and alcohol interaction
  • Equanil and antihistamine interaction
  • Equanil and barbiturate interaction
  • Equanil and narcotic interaction
  • Equanil and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Equanil and sleeping pill interaction
  • Etodolac and Digoxin interaction
  • Eucardic and Reserpine interaction
  • Eucardic and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Gen-Acebutolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Gen-Xene and alcohol interaction
  • Gen-Xene and antidepressant interaction
  • Gen-Xene and antihistamine interaction
  • Gen-Xene and barbiturate interaction
  • Gen-Xene and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Gen-Xene and narcotic interaction
  • Gen-Xene and tranquilizer interaction
  • Inderal and Reserpine interaction
  • Inderal and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Inderal-LA and Reserpine interaction
  • Inderal-LA and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Inderide and Reserpine interaction
  • Inderide and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Inderide LA and Reserpine interaction
  • Inderide LA and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Ipran and Reserpine interaction
  • Ipran and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Kalma and antidepressant interaction
  • Kalma and antihistamine interaction
  • Kalma and barbiturate interaction
  • Kalma and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Kalma and narcotic interaction
  • Kalma and tranquilizer interaction
  • Kerlone and Reserpine interaction
  • Kerlone and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Achromycin V (Tetracycline) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Adalat (Nifedipine) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Aldactazide (Spironolactone, HCTZ) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Aldactone (Spironolactone) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Ativan (Loarzepam) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Calan (Verapamil) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Cardioquin (Quinidine) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Cardizem (Diltiazem) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Cordarone (Amidarone) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Dalmane (Flurazepam) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Declomycin (Demeclocycline) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Dilacor XR (Diltiazem) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Doral (Quazepam) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Doryx (Doxycycline) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Dyazide (Triamterene, HCTZ) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and E.E.S. (E-Mycin) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Ery-Tab (Erythrocin) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and ERYC (EryPed) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Eryzole (Ilosone) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Halcion (Triazolam) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Ilotycin (Pediazole) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Isoptin (Verapamil) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Klonopin (Clonazepam) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Librium (Chlordiazepoxide) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Maxzide (Triamterene, HCTZ) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Midamor (Amiloride) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Minocin (Minocycline) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Moduretic (Amiloride, HCTZ) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Paxipam (Halazepam) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and PCE (Robimycin) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Plendil (Felodipine) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Procardia (Nifedipine) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and ProSom (Estazolam) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Quinaglute (Quinidine) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Quinalan (Quinidine) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Quinidex (Quinidine) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Quinora (Quinidine) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Restoril (Temazepam) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Rondomycin (Methacycline) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Rythmol (Propafenone) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Sandimmune (Cyclosporine) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Serax (Oxazepam) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Sumycin (Tetracycline) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Terramycin (Oxytetracycline) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Tranxene (Clorazepate) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Uri-Tet (Oxytetracycline) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Valium (Diazepam) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Vascor (Bepridil) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Verelan (Verapamil) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Versed (Midazolam) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Vibramycin (Doxycycline) interaction
  • Lanoxin (Digoxin) and Xanax (Alprazolam) interaction
  • Librium and antidepressant interaction
  • Librium and antihistamine interaction
  • Librium and barbiturates interaction
  • Librium and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Librium and narcotics interaction
  • Librium and tranquilizer interaction
  • Lodine and Digoxin interaction
  • Logimax and Reserpine interaction
  • Logimax and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Lopressor and Reserpine interaction
  • Lopressor and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Lopressor Delayed-Release and Reserpine interaction
  • Lopressor Delayed-Release and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Lopressor HCT and Reserpine interaction
  • Lopressor HCT and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Lopressor OROS and Reserpine interaction
  • Lopressor OROS and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Lorazepam Intensol and alcohol interaction
  • Lorazepam Intensol and antidepressant interaction
  • Lorazepam Intensol and antihistamine interaction
  • Lorazepam Intensol and barbiturate interaction
  • Lorazepam Intensol and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Lorazepam Intensol and narcotic interaction
  • Lorazepam Intensol and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Med-Acebutolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Med-Alprazolam and Digoxin interaction
  • Med-Alprazolam and Lanoxin interaction
  • Mellaril and barbiturate interaction
  • Mellaril and barbiturates interaction
  • Mellaril and narcotic interaction
  • Mellaril and sleeping pill interaction
  • Mellaril and tranquilizer interaction
  • Mellaril-S and barbiturate interaction
  • Mellaril-S and barbiturates interaction
  • Mellaril-S and narcotic interaction
  • Mellaril-S and sleeping pill interaction
  • Mellaril-S and tranquilizer interaction
  • Meni-D and alcohol interaction
  • Meni-D and antihistamine interaction
  • Meni-D and central nervous system depressant interaction
  • Meni-D and tranquilizer interaction
  • Meperidine and narcotic analgesic interaction
  • Meprobamate and alcohol interaction
  • Meprobamate and antihistamine interaction
  • Meprobamate and barbiturate interaction
  • Meprobamate and narcotic interaction
  • Meprobamate and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Meprobamate and sleeping pill interaction
  • Meprospan and alcohol interaction
  • Meprospan and antihistamine interaction
  • Meprospan and barbiturate interaction
  • Meprospan and narcotic interaction
  • Meprospan and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Meprospan and sleeping pill interaction
  • Metoprolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Metoprolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Miltown and alcohol interaction
  • Miltown and antihistamine interaction
  • Miltown and barbiturate interaction
  • Miltown and narcotic interaction
  • Miltown and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Miltown and sleeping pill interaction
  • Monitan and Reserpine interaction
  • Nadolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Nadolol and S interaction
  • Novo-Alprazol and Digoxin interaction
  • Novo-Alprazol and Lanoxin interaction
  • Novo-Atenolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Novo-Atenolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Novo-Betaxolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Novo-Betaxolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Novo-Metoprol and Reserpine interaction
  • Novo-Metoprol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Novo-Pindol and Reserpine interaction
  • Novo-Pindol and Ser-Ap-ES interaction
  • Novo-Pranol and Reserpine interaction
  • Novo-Pranol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Novo-Timolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Novo-Timolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Nu-Alpraz and Digoxin interaction
  • Nu-Alpraz and Lanoxin interaction
  • Nu-Atenolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Nu-Atenolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Nu-Metop and Reserpine interaction
  • Nu-Metop and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Nu-Pindol and Reserpine interaction
  • Nu-Pindol and Ser-Ap-ES interaction
  • Occupress and Reserpine interaction
  • Occupress and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Ocupress and Reserpine interaction
  • Ocupress and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Parnate (Tranylcypromine) and Anafranil (Clomipramine) interaction
  • Paxipam and alcohol interaction
  • Paxipam and antidepressant interaction
  • Paxipam and antihistamine interaction
  • Paxipam and barbiturate interaction
  • Paxipam and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Paxipam and narcotic interaction
  • Paxipam and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Permitil and barbiturate interaction
  • Permitil and barbiturates interaction
  • Permitil and narcotic interaction
  • Permitil and sleeping pill interaction
  • Permitil and tranquilizer interaction
  • Phenytoin and Levothyroxine interaction
  • Pindolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Pindolol and Ser-Ap-ES interaction
  • PMS Propranolol and Reserpine interaction
  • PMS Propranolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • PMS-Atenolol and Reserpine interaction
  • PMS-Atenolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Probate and alcohol interaction
  • Probate and antihistamine interaction
  • Probate and barbiturate interaction
  • Probate and narcotic interaction
  • Probate and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Probate and sleeping pill interaction
  • Prolixin and barbiturate interaction
  • Prolixin and barbiturates interaction
  • Prolixin and narcotic interaction
  • Prolixin and sleeping pill interaction
  • Prolixin and tranquilizer interaction
  • Propranolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Propranolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Proreg and Reserpine interaction
  • Proreg and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Rhotral and Reserpine interaction
  • Ritalin and Tofranil interaction
  • Ru-Vert-M and alcohol interaction
  • Ru-Vert-M and antihistamine interaction
  • Ru-Vert-M and central nervous system depressant interaction
  • Ru-Vert-M and tranquilizer interaction
  • Sectral and Reserpine interaction
  • Serax and alcohol interaction
  • Serax and antidepressant interaction
  • Serax and antihistamine interaction
  • Serax and barbiturate interaction
  • Serax and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Serax and narcotic interaction
  • Serax and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Serentil and barbiturate interaction
  • Serentil and barbiturates interaction
  • Serentil and narcotic interaction
  • Serentil and sleeping pill interaction
  • Serentil and tranquilizer interaction
  • Sonazine and barbiturate interaction
  • Sonazine and barbiturates interaction
  • Sonazine and narcotic interaction
  • Sonazine and sleeping pill interaction
  • Sonazine and tranquilizer interaction
  • Stalazine and barbiturate interaction
  • Stalazine and barbiturates interaction
  • Stalazine and narcotic interaction
  • Stalazine and sleeping pill interaction
  • Stalazine and tranquilizer interaction
  • Syn-Nadol and Reserpine interaction
  • Syn-Nadol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Syn-Pindolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Syn-Pindolol and Ser-Ap-ES interaction
  • Tenoretic and Reserpine interaction
  • Tenoretic and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Tenormin and Reserpine interaction
  • Tenormin and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Thorazine and barbiturate interaction
  • Thorazine and barbiturates interaction
  • Thorazine and narcotic interaction
  • Thorazine and sleeping pill interaction
  • Thorazine and tranquilizer interaction
  • Thorazine Spansules and barbiturate interaction
  • Thorazine Spansules and barbiturates interaction
  • Thorazine Spansules and narcotic interaction
  • Thorazine Spansules and sleeping pill interaction
  • Thorazine Spansules and tranquilizer interaction
  • Timolide and Reserpine interaction
  • Timolide and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Timolol and Reserpine interaction
  • Timolol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Timoptic and Reserpine interaction
  • Timoptic and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Timoptic Ouches and Reserpine interaction
  • Timoptic Ouches and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Timoptic-XE and Reserpine interaction
  • Timoptic-XE and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Toprol and Reserpine interaction
  • Toprol and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Toprol XL and Reserpine interaction
  • Toprol XL and Ser-Ap-Es interaction
  • Trancot and alcohol interaction
  • Trancot and antihistamine interaction
  • Trancot and barbiturate interaction
  • Trancot and narcotic interaction
  • Trancot and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Trancot and sleeping pill interaction
  • Tranmep and alcohol interaction
  • Tranmep and antihistamine interaction
  • Tranmep and barbiturate interaction
  • Tranmep and narcotic interaction
  • Tranmep and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Tranmep and sleeping pill interaction
  • Tranxene and alcohol interaction
  • Tranxene and antidepressant interaction
  • Tranxene and antihistamine interaction
  • Tranxene and barbiturate interaction
  • Tranxene and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Tranxene and narcotic interaction
  • Tranxene and tranquilizer interaction
  • Tranxene T-Tab and alcohol interaction
  • Tranxene T-Tab and antidepressant interaction
  • Tranxene T-Tab and antihistamine interaction
  • Tranxene T-Tab and barbiturate interaction
  • Tranxene T-Tab and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Tranxene T-Tab and narcotic interaction
  • Tranxene T-Tab and tranquilizer interaction
  • Tranxene-SD and alcohol interaction
  • Tranxene-SD and antidepressant interaction
  • Tranxene-SD and antihistamine interaction
  • Tranxene-SD and barbiturate interaction
  • Tranxene-SD and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Tranxene-SD and narcotic interaction
  • Tranxene-SD and tranquilizer interaction
  • Triptone and alcohol interaction
  • Triptone and antihistamine interaction
  • Triptone and central nervous system depressant interaction
  • Triptone and tranquilizer interaction
  • Valium and alcohol interaction
  • Valium and antidepressant interaction
  • Valium and antihistamine interaction
  • Valium and barbiturate interaction
  • Valium and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Valium and narcotic interaction
  • Valium and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Valrelease and alcohol interaction
  • Valrelease and antidepressant interaction
  • Valrelease and antihistamine interaction
  • Valrelease and barbiturate interaction
  • Valrelease and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Valrelease and narcotic interaction
  • Valrelease and other tranquilizer interaction
  • Viskazide and Reserpine interaction
  • Viskazide and Ser-Ap-ES interaction
  • Visken and Reserpine interaction
  • Visken and Ser-Ap-ES interaction
  • Xanax and antidepressant interaction
  • Xanax and antihistamine interaction
  • Xanax and barbiturate interaction
  • Xanax and Digoxin interaction
  • Xanax and Lanoxin interaction
  • Xanax and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant interaction
  • Xanax and narcotic interaction
  • Xanax and tranquilizer interaction
  • Zolpidem and benzodiazepine interaction
  • Zolpidem and diazepam interaction

Medication causes:

Depression: NWHIC (Excerpt)

Sometimes, people develop depression as a result of taking certain medications or with certain illnesses. Some drugs used to treat arthritis, heart problems, high blood pressure, and cancer can produce depression. The effects of these drugs may not always be clear right away. (Source: excerpt from Depression: NWHIC)

If You're Over 65 and Feeling Depressed Treatment Brings New Hope: NIMH (Excerpt)

In addition, fatigue, high or low mood, sedation, and difficulty with memory or concentration can be depressive symptoms but can also occur as side effects of medication. The current medications taken by an individual should also be evaluated in determining the diagnosis. (Source: excerpt from If You're Over 65 and Feeling Depressed Treatment Brings New Hope: NIMH)

If You're Over 65 and Feeling Depressed Treatment Brings New Hope: NIMH (Excerpt)

Some medicines cause depressive symptoms as side effects. Certain drugs used to treat high blood pressure and arthritis fall in this category. In addition, different drugs can interact in unforeseen ways when taken together. It is important that each doctor know all the different types and dosages of medicine being taken and discuss them with the patient. (Source: excerpt from If You're Over 65 and Feeling Depressed Treatment Brings New Hope: NIMH)

Depression A Serious but Treatable Illness -- Age Page -- Health Information: NIA (Excerpt)

Depression is sometimes linked to prescription drugs or certain illnesses. Some medications used to treat arthritis, heart problems, high blood pressure, or cancer can cause depression as a side effect. These side effects may not happen right away. (Source: excerpt from Depression A Serious but Treatable Illness -- Age Page -- Health Information: NIA)

About medication causes:

Another misdiagnosis possibility is that a particular medication or substance may be the real cause of the disease. Certain medications, chemicals, toxins or substances may possibly be underlying causes of Depression. Side effects of medications, or exposure to toxins, chemicals, or other substances may cause a symptom or condition. Hence, they become possible underlying causes of Depression but are often misdiagnosed or overlooked as a cause. For a general overview of this misdiagnosis issue, see Medication Underlying Cause Misdiagnosis.

 

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