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High Co-prescription of Opioid-SSRI/SNRIs, Despite the Risks

06:25 EDT 15 Sep 2018 | Neurology Times

The combined use of opioids for migraine and triptans or SSRIs/SNRIs for depression can result in serotonin syndrome, which produces symptoms that range from mild to severe to potentially life-threatening.

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