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Re: Update Nardil + decreasing desipramine SLS

Posted by Conundrum on September 26, 2011, at 10:12:01

In reply to Re: Update Nardil + decreasing desipramine Conundrum, posted by SLS on September 26, 2011, at 7:46:06

> > Unfortunately things don't seem to be working out with desipramine.
> Perhaps the addition of a TCA will be of no help. However, desipramine is a bit harsh with respect to cardiovascular side effects. I would say that, generally speaking, the side effects of nortriptyline are milder. It is my experience that the dosage of TCA required to elicit a response when combined with a MAOI is the same as when the TCA is used alone.
> You could switch to nortriptyline first, then switch to Parnate if the results are inadequate. I am having some success with the addition of lithium 300mg. Lithium added to Parnate is a treatment that was used with some success in the "old days".
> - Scott

Yeh perhaps adding nortriptyline instead will allow me to increase the Nardil further without getting dizzy. I'm curious as to how a higher dose will effect my emotional valence even though the lower doses have seemed to flatten me out.

Complaints: post-SSRI problems: anhedonia, memory and concentration problems, sexual anhedonia. )
Currently taking 2.5 mg prozac, Multi B vitamin




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