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Re: Sedating tricyclic for use in elderly patients? linkadge

Posted by KaraS on December 2, 2004, at 21:17:11

In reply to Re: Sedating tricyclic for use in elderly patients?, posted by linkadge on December 2, 2004, at 20:29:46

> doxepin (sinequan in canada) is a sedating TCA, that is one of the less cardiotoxic ones.
> Linkadge

Thanks. (I've taken doxepin myself and it worked really well for anxiety and insomnia. It totally healed my panic disorder as well.)

What about maprotiline for an elderly person? It's got a slightly higher chance of causing seizures but I'm not really worried about that - particularly at the low dosages that my mother would take it.




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