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Re: Reboxetine (Edronax)

Posted by CC on April 20, 1999, at 8:46:32

In reply to Re: Reboxetine (Edronax) , posted by Jeff on April 15, 1999, at 3:15:04

> > I'd also like to know about Reboxetine in hard-to-treat, refractory depression, and how someone in the US can get a scrip. (Hey, flights to England are cheap these days, anyone know a doc interested in a *really* challenging case..?)
> >
> > Thanks,
> > -dina.
> >
> I was eager to try Reboxetine and ordered it online from a Swiss pharmacy in Zurich, Victoria Apotheke ( I am a
> very treatment-resistant BP2. I found the Reboxetine showed signs of working within 24-hours - but I am a quick responder. But it had positive
> effect after several days. I don't recall any major side-effects. I felt activated and motivated and had much more energy. I still had negative
> feelings and thoughts, so we added Prozac in conjunction after two weeks. The Prozac caused an
> immediate reversal of all the postive effects - within 24 hours. Prozac was stopped and - within 12 hours - the postive effects of the Reboxetine returned. After 5 weeks, the effects of the Reboxetine 'faded" away and could not be restarted
> even with increases in dosage. (This is my normal
> pattern with medications and may not apply to others.)

Has anyone heard of reboxetine used in combination with
other medicines, specifically Zoloft and nortriptyline?

Are there dosage guidelines for such combinations?




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