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Re: Only 3 choices: Wellbutrin, Remeron or a TCA Francesco

Posted by Maximus on January 10, 2004, at 19:57:15

In reply to Re: Only 3 choices: Wellbutrin, Remeron or a TCA Maximus, posted by Francesco on January 10, 2004, at 17:22:09

> and ... which non sexual side-effects did you have from TCAs ?

Imipramine, Desipramine and Nortriptyline.
and.

>Which non sexual side-effects did you have from TCAs ?

No sexual side effect at all (for me). But a few reports some erection difficulties.

> I'm going to start Remeron in the next days. Never heard of Zantac but I'll keep in mind for the eventual weight gain.

Zantac is an anti-acid, an H2 receptor blocker.

> This is interesting. Which are the adjunct that block the receptor 5ht2a ? Sorry for all these questions, hope I'm not boring you.

Well there are always those heavy atypical anti-psychotic. But of course they are not indicated for that usage.

However if you take a low dose of SSRI you might have success with the buspirone aka Buspar (anti-anxiety agent), a serotonin 1A receptor partial agonist which also displays antagonist properties at D2 receptors and is metabolized to the alpha2-adrenergic receptor antagonist.



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