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Re: Dothep aka Thadin (dothiepin hydrochloride)

Posted by glenn on June 19, 1999, at 9:03:31

In reply to Re: Dothep aka Thadin (dothiepin hydrochloride), posted by Caz on June 3, 1999, at 18:13:48

> Thanks for responding Glen. I went back to my doc and told him about my concern and he asked me to try the slow release version of effexor, I did and it's been great! I guess the dosage level makes all the difference. I still can't sleep without a sedative but the anxiety is abating already and, strangely, the chronic back pain I've had for months has gone too, a good side effect I guess :)
> > > I have never heard of this drug and I haven't found much info online. I am supposed to try it because of adverse reactions to paxil and zoloft. Well I am hesitant to try because of how awful I felt when taking the other two. Also tried effexor and it was ok but made me too jittery (zoloft made me a nauseous zombie and paxil gave me such severe vertigo I couldn't stand up).
> > >
> > > Treatment is for persistent anxiety and insomnia. I don't actually feel depressed but doctors keep prescribing me anti-depressants.
> > >
> > > Anyone else used dothiepin?
> >
> > yes i used it for 6 months, mildly helpful for mr, started low and went slow, very few side effects, much less than zoloft/ sertraline as we call it inengland and paxil /paroxetine, those 2 drove me wild very quickly
> > all the best
> > glenn
glad you have found something good maybe i will be inspired to try effexor sr if one can get it over here, no side eefects for you?




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