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Re: Do you mean that PARNATE don't affect sex life jem

Posted by Sad Panda on April 19, 2004, at 12:07:37

In reply to Re: Do you mean that PARNATE don't affect sex life, posted by jem on April 17, 2004, at 0:14:05

> hi all
>
> i note all the references to parnate. are these mostly from US consumers, where (as i believe) moclobemide is not available? otherwise, why would anyone prefer an MAOI to a RIMA? (excuse ignorance, if i'm showing it)
>
> and what about reboxetine (edronax), mirtazapine (remeron) and bupropion (wellbutrin)? what reports do people have of the sexual side effects (and effectiveness) of these?
>
> thanks a lot
>
> jem
>
> > > Parnate has negatively affected my physical sexual response. That's really the only side effect it has for me. I can still "function" fine though, and I have no trouble getting mentally aroused. The SSRI's killed both my interest and most of my ability.
> >
> > in many cases, in increases libido and does not interfere with ability to perform, to the best of my knowledge (from reading this board for a few years and personal experience)
>
>

Hi Jem,

The MAOI's Parnate & Nardil are very good AD's, possibly the best. Moclobemide has a reputation for being an ineffective AD & is only usefull to a handfull of people.

No one seems to know much about the effectiveness of Reboxetine. Mirtazapine & Bupropion are very mild/weak AD's & are more usefull as add-on to other meds. I take Effexor as my AD & Remeron as a sleeping tablet that solves some of the side effects caused by Effexor.

Cheers,
Panda.


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