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Re: Effexor and Remeron: a distasterous combination rjk

Posted by JohnX2 on December 19, 2001, at 19:33:39

In reply to Effexor and Remeron: a distasterous combination, posted by rjk on December 14, 2001, at 12:55:13

I got med induced tension headaches and
bruxism and found that klonopin releaved the
pain compleletely. So did Serzone.

After 2 years of searching for a better solution
I recently found that Topamax completely relieves
my myofacial pain. Also medication that would
trigger myofacial pain will no longer do so while
also taking Topamax (for example I can take wellbutrin
again, which used to trigger myofacial pain).


> 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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