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Re: Atypical side effects-Grandma.

Posted by JohnL on November 14, 1999, at 8:16:16

In reply to Re: Atypical side effects. Back to Prozac., posted by Grandma on November 14, 1999, at 6:53:04

> >My sexual responses to both Prozac or Moclobemide are exactly the opposite of the norm.
> >
> > talk about how we respond so differently to various drugs. We all know how true that is. But still I am just so amazed and counfounded at the atypical side effects I have experienced from Moclobemide and Prozac. Anyway, we live and learn, right?
> John, How long were you on the Prozac? And did the positive sex results last for the whole time you took it?

Six months. I first noticed the positive sexual response during the first week. Thought it was a fluke. But when my wife started making favorable comments, I knew it was for real. And it lasted the whole six months.

> How can anhedonia and great marital sex coexist? Just kidding. I know how.

Actually since I can feel no joy with anything else, sex is the one thing I can look forward to.

> BTW, Great sex was possible for me on the first and only the first day of taking zoloft, effexor, and more recently lamictal. Go figure. Year apart from each experience. Must have been a hypomanic episode. It is the only evidence (aside from insomnia) that prompts me to agree with pdoc's diagnosis of Bipolar. What will Neurontin do if I try it? I know--everyone responds differently. Have a good day. (Were you really up at 4 am?)

Funny! :) And yes, I was really up at 4 A.M....again. Oh well.




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