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Re: Reboxetine instead of dispramine? adamie

Posted by Mitch on July 17, 2001, at 23:48:59

In reply to Reboxetine instead of dispramine? Mitch, posted by adamie on July 17, 2001, at 20:52:18

> > adamie,
> >
> > I am wondering then, given what you have just said that Prozac might be the best next bet for you. It is activating and helps with attention and concentration. I noticed an increased emotional sensitivity and especially visual sensitivity with it. You might not get as many side effects with it as Paxil. It could possibly reduce appetite and degrade sleep, however, although for some it regulates their sleep better.
>
> hi mitch. I am considering various options if paxil turns out not to be good enough. Earlier you and someone else mentioned dispramine for concentration. Would reboxetine which is avialable here in canada be better suited? It works just for norepinephrine and is not a TCA and therefor less side effects. It's also very new. If I do decide to go with something like despramine would reboxetine be a better choice? It seems to be but I would like to know what you and others may think.

Well hello Canadian neighbor!,

Reboxetine would be *the* choice if *I* could get that here in the states! I would gladly drop my nortripytline I am now taking and try it and see if it helps with my ADHD and seasonal depression.
We have been waiting, and waiting, for Reboxetine here and if I am not mistaken the FDA has turned it down!! What a bunch of assholes. They are surely protecting U.S. drug interests I am sure. So much for free market economies, huh?? As if they aren't making enough money already! Not as if unemployment of pharmaceutical workers here is running rampant due to cunning unfair foreign competition!

Ok, enough of that-yes I do think that reboxetine would be a perfect candidate for you. You may just want to *add* it to your Paxil-that is if you are getting sleep/appetite benefits from it.

Mitch


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