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Re: what is the l difference between an ssri trylic ? crazychickuk

Posted by zeugma on February 24, 2003, at 22:11:55

In reply to what is the l difference between an ssri trylic ?, posted by crazychickuk on February 24, 2003, at 15:28:28

> ok basically like in my above post. about all ssris made me worse, and the trylic is making me dopey and not helping with my anxiety... what is there to try now?
>
> i mean what could be wrong with my seratone, (spelling sorry) i feel so foggy, mentally bad and anxiety ridden, all these thoughs r driving me insane i am so afraid of loosing my mind, i feel that i may be phsyicosed soon and am really scared..
> whats an ssri for?
> whats a trylic for?
> whats buspar for?
> i mean could i not have probs with seratone? what are the differences between them, someone explain to me please, docs in the uk dont know nothing and my phsyiciatrsit discharged me as the zoloft she gave me raised my blood preasure so she said nothing more she can do but to transfer me back to a cpn.. ahhhhhhhh
>
>
> please any answers?


Is 'cpn' a hospital? They may know what they're doing there more than your psychiatrist.... have they prescribed anything for your anxiety yet? Tricyclics need time to kick in, at first they'll just make you 'dopey' and maybe more emotional. It sounds like you have a complicated diagnosis. Have you told your doctor what you're going through? Some old-fashioned talk therapy sounds necessary, too.


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