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Re: Nortriptyline question for a woman?

Posted by sl on June 14, 2001, at 11:09:06

In reply to Re: Nortriptyline or still Effexor w/d?, posted by dnuk on June 13, 2001, at 22:36:28

> > I'm calling in the morning.

(I decided to try splitting my dose to the am and the pm instead of all at pm before I called)

How 'bout it, does anyone think ADs should NOT alleviate PMS?


> > They won't know much, tho, cuz she usually is just an internist, she won't have many other people in her care taking psychiatric meds.
> >
> > I'm...well, I'm PMS-sy. It's hard to tell if I'd be miserable if I wasn't PMS-sy, too.
> > Do you think meds should keep PMS from getting out of hand? I thought so, but it's not working like that...
> >
> > sl
> >
> Hmmm. Clearly, this is a question better addressed by a woman, so I must admit I haven't got a clue. Still, you did right by going ahead and calling the doc. Stay on them until she tells you otherwise though. Especially if you're school/foginess concerns won't arise until the fall semester. If you're taking summer classes or have a need to be crystal clear right now, and the doc doesn't think the side effects will go away, perhaps another medication is in order.




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