Posted by mtdewcmu on May 7, 2011, at 21:37:51
In reply to Re: Pseudoephedrine (sudafed), posted by desolationrower on May 7, 2011, at 21:22:00
> based on this leaflet http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Depression/Pages/Treatment.aspx you can get notriptyline on the nhs
> and protriptyline and desipramine aren't sold in the UK any longer
> oh, i think you can get reboxetine there too.
Nortriptyline is the one with the least side effects, and I think it's partly the side effects that are doing the good here. The H1-blocking and the antimuscarinic effects probably play a part. I'm not sure why an NRI that gets into the brain would be better than pseudoephedrine otherwise.
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20mg citalopram, 40mg d-amphetamine, 15mg mirtazapine, 300mg bupropion
dx: chronic MDD, probable ADHD (inattentive)