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Posted by gman22 on February 20, 2023, at 18:24:31

I've been seeing a lot of articles about the relationship between anticholinergics and dementia in older people (65 and over). I've been taking nortriptyline 50mg, along with sertraline for about 6 months and have achieved remission. I don't want to risk going off nortriptyline right now, but I also don't want dementia in 10 years. Anyone know of a drug similar to nortriptyline with a lower anticholinergic load? Or should I just stay on it for now and worry about it later?




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