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Re: Cognitive problems still persist, what next?

Posted by Bill LL on March 22, 2005, at 9:17:40

In reply to Re: Cognitive problems still persist, what next? Bill LL, posted by scatterbrained on March 21, 2005, at 15:29:49

Cymbalta is different than Effexor. Effexor is thought to only affect serotonin at lower doses. When the dose is raised high enough, it then affects both serotonin and norepinephrine.

Cymbalta affects both at all doses.

> Is cymbalta any different from effexor? I've tried effexor which didn't have a lasting effect, perhaps because of some sort of Bipolar2 hypomanic reaction, or who knows why, but maybe being on zyprexa now, would prevent any sort of "poop out" brought on by hypomania. Thanks for the suggestion of adding cymbalta, I'm curious to see if anybody who hasn't responded to effexor has responded to cymbalta.


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