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Re: When the medicine stops working

Posted by Julian on February 13, 1999, at 17:01:53

In reply to Re: When the medicine stops working, posted by Wayne R. on February 10, 1999, at 14:31:06

> > Wayne, can you tell me how often do you take Naltrexone and at what dosage? This might be what we are looking for.
> Generally 25 mg once a day is suggested and that works wonderfully for me. There does seem to be an adjustment period and I would suggest starting slowly and building to 25 over a week or so.
> I have seen suggestions to take it with the evening meal however I take Prozac and Naltrexone at the same time first thing in the morning.
> Naltrexone can be used to augment any of the SSRI antidepressants, not just Prozac.
> Best wishes... Wayne


Sorry to bother you but can you tell me if you take Naltrexone all year round and what are the side effects.

Thank you... Julian




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