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Re: help

Posted by jamie on December 13, 1999, at 15:50:53

In reply to help, posted by kelly on December 13, 1999, at 12:45:12

> I'm doing reseach for my sister in law and tring to find out what side affect on a few medicines that her granddaurghter is taking, 1>wellbutrin 2> organon 3> Lilly 4115. what are they treated for and how are the reaction of them mixed?

Wellbutrin is an antidepressant. Organon and Lilly are names of two pharmaceutical companies, not names of drugs. Organon makes the antidepressant Remeron and Lilly makes Prozac, among other things. You might want to check to see what the drugs are, not the companies supplying them. If they are Wellbutrin, Remeron(Mirtazapine), and Prozac(Fluoxetine), it looks like a fairly common combination of antidepressants. Combinations are used when one alone doesn't work completely, or when the side effects of one are used to balance out the opposite side effects of another. In any case, she could probably use a shoulder and support because anyone with three prescriptions is probably having a rough go of things. jamie




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