St. Johns Wort With Wellbutrin

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Re: St Johns Wort with Wellbutrin

I thought St. John's Wort wasn't good to take with HIV medicine.
Andrew T. Pavia, M.D.

Response from Andrew T. Pavia, M.D.

University of Utah, School of Medicine
You are correct. There is an interaction that has been studied between St. John's Wort and Crixivan, which results in marked lowering of Crixivan levels. I have not seen specific studies, but it is likely that other drugs affected would include... Read more »

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Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

A Warning About Milk Thistle and Drug Interactions

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Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

Herbal Therapies Used by People Living With HIV: St. John's Wort

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