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Re: Help - yet another thread on Lamictal dosing.

Posted by Emme on May 2, 2002, at 7:59:33

In reply to Re: Help - yet another thread on Lamictal dosing. Emme, posted by Bob on May 2, 2002, at 1:02:49

Hi Bob,

I'm cold-blooded by nature, but while I was on the Celexa it was just ridiculous. That and then intermittently breaking out in a sweat. I attributed the coldness to Celexa because I was already on the AC's before adding it. About 48 hours after I stopped the Celexa, it improved. They mention the sweating, but didn't mention the *cold* side effect in the patient's literature. But I'm sure we're not the only two to have experienced it..

Emme


> "For a while I was trying Celexa in addition to Lamaictal and neurontin and klonopin and I felt worse on only 2 mg. I was freezing cold all the time, , exhausted, felt cruddy, and at one point my moods were up and down on a daily basis for five days straight before I gave it up. I guess we haven't ruled out a dash of an antidepressant, but we'd have to think carefully about which one."
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> This is very interesting. I am currently taking the same combination of drugs: Celexa, Lamictal, Neurontin, and Clonazepam. I added the Lamicatal and Neurontin after I was stabilized on Celexa and Klonopin. I too get cold spells - my hands especially get quite cold. I attributed it to the anticonvulsants, but maybe the Celexa is causing the problem???
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> Bob

 

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