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Re: Parnate and Exercise

Posted by King Vultan on August 31, 2004, at 23:01:17

In reply to Parnate and Exercise, posted by Pryor8 on August 31, 2004, at 15:53:14

> I'm only at about 1 week at 40 mg, but since starting Parnate have had this happen: I'm usually able to force myself to exercise even just a little bit. Now, it's as if the "leaden paralysis" is worse than ever. Motivation to exercise was always a challenge, but now I can't even PHYSICALLY do it!! A stationary bike or machine, or whatever it is. My limbs don't let me move! Any experience with this? Thanks,

I had this problem on nortriptyline and to a lesser and somewhat different extent on Nardil. I recall the first day after I took nortriptyline that I could barely walk up the stairs, and it took a massive effort to jog at even two thirds my normal speed. The problem did ameliorate over time; I would stick it out if you can. On Nardil, I noticed a loss in energy that impacted the rate at which I could exercise, particularly at the beginning of the run. I always attributed this to the drop in blood pressure and heart rate that the Nardil bestowed upon me. Have you checked your BP and pulse since going on the Parnate?





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