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Re: Reboxetine (Edronax)

Posted by Teri on March 14, 1999, at 2:04:51

In reply to Re: Reboxetine (Edronax) , posted by Charyl on August 28, 1998, at 13:57:37

> > Message to Ian. My mother is 80 years old and
> severely depressed. She has been on every
> anti-depressant available in the U.S., and we were
> very excited about the prospect of Reboxetine,
> since one of the few drugs that had been able to
> help her in the past 35 years was imipramine, however, her doctor says she is now too old to take it. He is aware of Reboxetine and thinks it
> may help her, but is unwilling to try to prescribe
> it. We also tried to get her in a study in San
> Diego for Reboxetine, but again, she is too old.
> Do you have any idea how to get a doctor to prescribe Reboxetine, or how to get a package
> from England. We have been told that no doctor
> here would be willing to do this.
> > > I got more information about Endronax (Regboxetine) that may be of interest. I purchased a package through England to try (hoping to find one with out the sexual side effects). It came with a leaflet intended for patents only but included more information than I've seen to date.

> > > Listed side effects:
> > > Dry mouth, constipation, sweating, and insomnia

> > > ""Some men may have difficulty in having or maintaining an erection." (I found this to be all too true - could not even get started)

> > > Difficulty passing urine increased heart rate, feeling of pins and needles, orthopedic hypotension.

> > > Drug interactions:
> > > Drugs that lower blood pressure
> > > Other Ads
> > > Antibotics e.g. erythromycin, and fluvoxamine
> > > Azole antifungals e.g. fluconazole
> > > Heart drugs e.g. flecainide
> > > Cyclosporin
> > > Ergot derivatives

> > > From my subjective experience I found it to be quite similar to Bupropion but with a worse sexual side effect.

> > > I also tried reboxetine and had the same problem - I could not so much as begin to get an erection. I also found it very difficult to urinate, and a maximum dose of bethanecol was only partly helpful.
> > >
I've been on Wellbutrin, aderall, etc, both for depression and ADD, on and off (when they stop working) for years, I would really apreciate any information on how to get Reboxetin in the U.S., throught studies or prescribed.
Thank you




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