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Re: anhedonia possibly induced by remeron

Posted by Stone on January 11, 2012, at 19:06:52

In reply to Re: anhedonia possibly induced by remeron Stone, posted by Economist on March 16, 2010, at 0:00:17

In response to the above question, a few years on: I would say the only way I have improved my situation was by accident really. I was prescribed Tramadol for pain, and found 80% improvemet. This has helped me get by, with 1 x 50mg every few weeks to stimulate my brain chemicals, and it seems to normalize things. Taking it everyday induces a typical SSRI haze however, but still an improvement nonetheless - and Tramadol is not something I would want to keep doing on the basis of addiction. If I could, I possibly would, but I don't have that option, which is a shame because it has improved my quality of life.


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