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Re: Effexor and Remeron: a distasterous combination

Posted by rjk on December 18, 2001, at 7:34:04

In reply to Re: Effexor and Remeron: a distasterous combination rjk, posted by SLS on December 17, 2001, at 6:46:07

Hi Scott,
I have not come across that particular drug, but, having stopped taking the ADs, the headaches do at least seem to be subsiding on their own.
To be quite honest, my head is now so sensitive to anything that I am very reluctant to take any medication whatsoever in case it makes the sensitivity worse.

> > I dare not take any form of antidepressant. I have tried different ones over the past year and they just seem to make my sensitivity worse. I am just hoping that by stopping taking any drugs that my brain will return to normal
> Hi rjk.
> Can you tolerate Neurontin?
> It might help with your headaches and provide some relief from your mood disturbances. It has shown efficacy in treating both migraine and cluster headaches.
> - Scott




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