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  • If you're not sure don't take them and wait until you can ask your doctor or pharmacist.
  • Don't take anything close to the time you take a mood stabilizer.
  • In general, taking any multiple medications contains a risk. Concentrate pills and mood stabilizers altoghether can produce undesired results. Unfortunately, humans may have more than one medical problem simulataniously, and we have to go to the risk of taking multiple medications. Anyway, please consult your doctor as soon as possible.
  • I am a nurse. I can help.. can you tell me exactly what you are taking and how much? Also how closely together and how often. And I will give you the best answer I can.
  • OK unless you are under 12 years old. lol.. there is no harm in taking the ginkgoforte. Instead of taking 2 tabs at night you need to take one tablet up to three times a day and ALWAYS with food. Wort is exactly the same and should be taken one tab up to 3 times and always with food. Mood improve can be taken with or without food, 1 tablet, twice a day with water. These guidelines are maximum dosage per day. Ginko balboa, the main ingredient in ginkgoforte, can interact with anticonvulsants (decreases the effectiveness of controlling seizures) Antidepressants (can cause serotonin syndrome when used with SSRI's) Antihypertensives (can decrease blood pressure) Blood thinners (can cause excess bleeding) Blood glucose medications (Can increase insulin levels) and Cylosporine (acts as a protectant around somatic cells). St John's wort can interact with Indinavir, a protease inhibitor used to treat HIV infection. It is an inducer of an important metabolic pathway, cytochrome P450. As many prescription drugs used to treat heart disease, depression, seizures, certain cancers or to prevent conditions such as transplant rejection or pregnancy (oral contraceptives) are metabolized via this pathway. St. John's Wort use might reduce the effectiveness of their medications. If you are taking any prescription medications, consult with your doctor before using St. John's Wort. Mood improve is essentially the same thing as wort (check the bottle in case u have info from a diff brand. But it is uneccesary for you to be taking both. I would reccomend dispersing them seperately throughout the day and dropping either the mood improve or the wort. Herbal concoctions are still medications and still affect your body in a medical manner. Hope this helps. :D

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