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Re: Citalopram(Celexa) plus Reboxitine

Posted by Bob on December 6, 1999, at 13:20:06

In reply to Citalopram(Celexa) plus Reboxitine, posted by Kathy on September 8, 1999, at 6:30:06


Anxious to stay in touch. My doc has recommended combining Celexa and Reboxitine once the latter becomes available in the U.S. At present, I am taking Celexa in combination with Desipramine (an old trycyclic) for its noradrenergic properties.

I have to say that the combination produces the best results I have had except for Nardil, one of the MAO inhibitors. I had to quit Nardil to undergo some elective surgery and am waiting for Reboxitine to come out. If they delay Reboxitine much longer, I will probably change to Parnate, another MAO inhibitor.

The key to elevating my mood seems to lie in combining both serotonin-enhancing medicine with norepinephrine-enhancing medicine. If you react the same way, you might ask your doc about the efficacy of Nardil or Parnate pending release of Reboxitine.

Does my experience resemble yours?




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