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Re: what is trazodone doing to me receptors?

Posted by linkadge on August 10, 2017, at 17:31:35

In reply to what is trazodone doing to me receptors?, posted by porkpiehat on August 10, 2017, at 12:06:36

Doxapin is very sedating (very strong antihistamine). It would probably have a more uniform action (trazodone, like you note, does have metabolites which have different activity than trazodone itself). Seroquel might be an option too. I took Seroquel when on parnate (my brief stint with parnate, which gave me insomnia). The two seemed to work well together.

Another option would be trimipramine. It is a TCA antidepressant, and more sedating than doxepin. The benefit is that it has no effect on serotonin or norepinephrine reuptake. This may be a "safer" option to take with an maoi.





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