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trazodone anyone?



May 31, 2009
so im on trazodone at the moment. i take one 150 mg at night and one 50mg in the morning. I'm also on the contraceptive pill but forgot to ask my doctor if the trazodone will affect it, does anyone know?


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Jul 21, 2008
Hi Sarah,

That's a question best answered by your doctor, and welcome to the forum! :welcome: