He cannot take the Ltyrosine if on anit-depress. I accidentally did though. I'm on elavil 25 to 50 mg. and didn't know this till my day 8. So maybe I got lucky w/the blood pressure or maybe I only took 1/4 the Lytyrosine by accident. I didn't read the recipe thoroughly obviously, b/c I only took 1/4 the dosage. When I learned of the danger, I cut it out and continues everything else.
the only thing that worked for me were mints or peppermint tea. The only mints that worked were the spearmint.....**** I can't remember the name of them, but you get them at the supermarket or liquor store, the are in a bright green round container with sparkles on the top.......you can't miss them. They saved my poor tummy. You might want to try them and peppermint tea in the mornings instead of coffee......that was tough, but coffee really makes it worse. Good luck, and I hope he feels better soon.
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