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Re: counteracting reboxetine's anticholinergic FX

Posted by saint james on December 4, 1999, at 19:34:42

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

> Hi all. The anticholinergic side effects of reboxetine
> do seem to be the problem--they are the reason I stopped
> taking it (from Edronax) after an otherwise adequate
> trial.

James here....

After a few months I get used to the anticholinergic effects, these effects also become much less. At this point what AC effects I do get are a great benifit to my allergies. In fact if I have a big allergy attack I will switch from Remerom to a TCA at night. Much more effective than antihistamines and often I don't have to use cortisone to bring my allergies under control.





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