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This is something that should be discussed between patient and doctor. The potential side effects of it are outweighed by the benefits, if the medication is effective and can be tolerated by the patient. These types of medications very likely should not be stopped without consultation with the physician. There is not only the risk posed from a lack of treatment of what has been diagnosed but also a risk of an effect produced by stopping the use without some mitigating attention from a physician.
Bear in mind that if one reads the potential side effects of most medicines, it tends to ring alarm bells. That is why the use must be monitored by a physician so that the physician may change dosage or medications if a particular side effect appears. Those warnings don't mean you will experience the side effects, necessarily.
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and of course you didn't tell your doctor that you were smoking weed
if you had done so he would have already answered your question
2 drugs do not make for a better result so go back to your doctor and be honest
after all it is your health that is in question