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Re: Glydin

Posted by Jay_Bravest_Face on August 9, 2007, at 16:59:38

In reply to Re: rjlockhart, posted by Glydin on August 9, 2007, at 13:49:20

> > I really dislike Strattera because the hell its putting me through.
> >
> ~~~ I'm sorry you are having a difficult time but others may be doing well on it and have found it helpful.
Yes, but as I posted, there are some cautions being raised, not just in the 'general public', but among clinicians and researchers re: Strattera . My personal feeling is that a drug like Effexor seems to have a good ratio of it's affecting smaller amounts of norepinephrine balanced with a slightly stronger effect on Serotonin. Still.... Just an observation, but two of the most popular meds that also effect norepinephrine (and are marketed towards those with anxiety disorders as one clinician researcher I met at McMaster Health Sciences stated..that norepinephrine medications may not be good for people with anxiety, agitation, and high-stress.) are Paxil and Effexor(esp. at high doses). For some, these two meds seem to cause a lot more problems, including withdrawal and adverse reactions. I don't have the sources handy, but I will find them and post them when I can. So, we can piece together some ideas about Strattera and the problems found with it.





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