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dr. Kramer - EFFEXOR XR's adequate dosage.

Posted by JGm on April 2, 2002, at 10:04:47

Hi dr. Kramer and Others.
I'm suffering of pure unipolar depression.
Was on 225 mg/d of Effexor xr (under the control of my med specialist) but i was terribly sedated, (dizzy, drowsy...). At the end i couldn't stand it!
Otherwise, at the dosage of 75 mg/d, i could tolerate it very well without any side effects.
I think i could tolerate even 150 mg/d!
Are these dosage (75 or 150 mg/d) enough for a real antidepressant effect or should i increase to 225 mg/d?
Which is the difference between a antidepressant cure using 75 instead of 225 (or more) mg/d of effexor? It should be a longer cure?
Thanks very much indeed




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