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Wellbutrin, Serzone, Remeron

Posted by kate on July 16, 1999, at 7:37:00

Wellbutrin, Serzone and Remeron are the 3 drugs that
aren't supposed to effect the serotonin receptor responsible
for orgasm. I found both Wellbutrin and Serzone to be
rather anxiety/irritability producing and to not be all
that effective for my depression. I wonder if the same
would be likely to be true of Remeron. Has anyone who
found serzone and wellbutrin ineffective, had positive
results with Remeron? I wonder what makes some people
a lot more responsive to the ssri's (as I am), and other
people respond really well to ad's like serzone and
wellbutrin. I wonder if they'll ever invent some sort
of shield you could implant over those receptors so that
sexuality wouldn't be effected with the ssri's.... I feel
frustrated that I'm one of the people who can't seem to
tolerate the drugs like wellbutrin and serzone, the two
ad's that don't effect sex. I guess my main purpose here
is 1. to simply vent 2. to ask if anyone who had negative
reactions to serzone and wellbutrin had a positive
response to remeron. I know it has quite the reputation
for weight gain, but I'm thinking I might rather be
chubby and sexually happy and satisfied than average
weight and lose that nice, lusty primal sexuality with
a real edge to it.




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