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Re: Effexor and Remeron: a distasterous combination

Posted by rjk on December 15, 2001, at 12:32:58

In reply to Re: Effexor and Remeron: a distasterous combination, posted by sid on December 14, 2001, at 14:31:24

Hi Sid,
Thanks for your message.
Yes it was mine a couple of weeks ago. I am interested to know whether anyone else has had similar problems.
Thanks for suggesting contacting the companies.I have written to both Wyeth and Oregon.

> I saw a posting about this in the past couple of weeks. Was it yours? If not, then go read it. It was after Nov. 27, the day I started reading Psycho-Babble.
> Otherwise, I'm sorry, I can't help you. I even remember having seen suggestions of using this same combination - on some web site about depression, but I don't remember which one. Have you contacted the companies that produce these things? They should know about this, and perhaps they could provide some advice. Else keep trying... someone else is bound to know something about this.
> > I became very depressed in 1992. For the first six years I had reasonable success with firstly Prozac and then Effexor. Two years ago it was suggested to me that I combine Remeron with Effexor. That was the worst thing I could have done. That combination gave me terrible headache type side effects and has left my brain that sensitive to any medication that I cannot now take any. I now have extreme reactions to the smallest amount. I would like to hear from anyone else who has had a bad experience with this combination of drugs.




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