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Re: Remeron is the same than Tolvon ?? SLS

Posted by Tepiaca on November 12, 2005, at 20:36:08

In reply to Re: Remeron is the same than Tolvon ??, posted by SLS on November 11, 2005, at 7:22:45


>
> Tolvon (mianserin):
>
> NE alpha-2 antagonist
> H1 antagonist
> 5-HT2 antagonist
>
>
>
> Remeron (mirtazapine):
>
> NE alpha-2 antagonist
> H1 antagonist
> 5-HT2 antagonist
> 5-HT3 antagonist
>
>
> Drugs usually do things other than what science recognizes and lists as important. Sometimes, just knowing that the chemical derivation of two drugs are different, as Larry indicates, is enough reason to try both drugs. Even if these two drugs looked the same to scientists, they would not necessary look the same to the brain. I agree with Larry in saying that Remeron, for the average person, is an improvement over Tolvon. However, there are probably people who respond better to Tolvon than Remeron. For me, I would choose Remeron first.
>
>
> - Scott

Hello Scott , great post =) . I can now understand what is exactly the difference between this 2 drugs.

Have you tried both?



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