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Re: counteracting reboxetine's anticholinergic FX

Posted by Elizabeth on December 4, 1999, at 10:06:44

In reply to counteracting reboxetine's anticholinergic FX, posted by Erik Hanson on December 4, 1999, at 8:03:10

I don't know too much about reboxetine, but I suspect that what you're getting is the standard sympathomimetic/parasympatholytic effect that one frequently sees with noradrenergic drugs.

But anyway there is a drug called bethanechol which your doctor can prescribe; it's the standard treatment for anticholinergic side effects. Alternatively, if it's one particular side effect that's bothering you, you could just deal with that one (constipation, dry mouth, rapid heartbeat, etc.).




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