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Re: Efexor and working life sciences

Posted by SLS on January 11, 2004, at 16:59:27

In reply to Re: Efexor and working life sciences, posted by ann33 on January 11, 2004, at 16:31:41

In Re: Effexor

> I am taking for more then a year, 75 mg. Doctors are not really interested to know what I feel.

75mg is a low dosage. Most people need at least 150mg for Effexor to be effective to treat depression. Some people take 300mg.

> They continue suggesting that I should take. I change already of doctor and he kept the medication.

Are you depressed now?

> My question is:
> is it possible that taking effexor I can find myself in a situation that I understand something that was not said or it is possible that the medicine affect my thought leading me to have false conclusion?
> Do you know or someone know about it?

I don't know. Please describe in more detail.

> Which other drug do not affect the concentration?

Each person is different with the way they react to each drug. Almost every drug can produce impaired concentration. If Effexor is no good, maybe Prozac or Zoloft would be better. Wellbutrin, Remeron, or desipramine might be alternate choices if the SSRIs cause you problems.

I hope this helps.

- Scott




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