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Re: A possible explaination.

Posted by linkadge on August 30, 2004, at 15:42:57

In reply to Re: A possible explaination. owensmar, posted by King Vultan on August 29, 2004, at 22:50:20

Well, like the tryciclics, effexor causes adaptive changes in the dopamine d2/d3 systemts. It actually increases their responsivness. This change takes a while and is generally why anhedonia is the last and often most difficult symtpom to ameliorate. You could try adding some wellbutrin, a stimulant or dopamine agonist to try and improve the anhedonia.


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