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Re: Responding? rjlockhart37

Posted by SLS on December 12, 2016, at 4:05:31

In reply to Re: Responding?, posted by rjlockhart37 on December 11, 2016, at 20:37:25

> glad to hear that's working for you, i've been a down a short road for 5 years trying to get at the correct med regiume, but Parnate is a effective, and strong antidepressant, i wished i could transfer to it but i would have withdrawl from Prozac for 4 weeks and then start it, so...i'm just staying where I am, i've been considered Robxetine adding on to fluoxetine, but its my doctor's call.
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> there's a similar antidepressant to nortriptyline - protriptyline which is almost idenitical but has more stimulating effects than nortriptyline but in some countries it was discontinued in 2000

Protriptyline exacerbated my depression and made it much worse.

I am sorry that you are not feeling as well as you would like to. Although reboxetine might help you, I think adding a tricyclic instead gives you a better chance of responding. If you are looking for a selective NE reuptake inhibitor for the treatment of depression and ADHD/ADD, desipramine is a good choice.


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