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Re: Measuring Drugs Activity at Receptors

Posted by linkadge on July 2, 2016, at 18:01:49

In reply to Re: Measuring Drugs Activity at Receptors linkadge, posted by SLS on July 2, 2016, at 11:36:45


Yeah nortriptyline isn't bad. I tried it by itself (in doses up to 50mg). I was sensitive to some of the effects at this dose.

It was a really good antidepressant, however above 50mg, I noticed some creative dulling and irritability. However, it was very good for anhedonia.

Venlafaxine and remeron are still a very solid combo for me. Remeron helps me sleep at doses as low as 1mg.

Unfortunately coming off remeron, I get really fragmented sleep and frequent awakenings. This could be lithium too.

I'm currently taking 4 meds (or at least prescribed 4 meds). Effexor, remeron, methylphenidate and lithium. I'd like to reduce this to just 3 meds. Perhaps nortriptyline could replace remeron and methylphenidate.





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