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Re: Thorazine and brain damage Else

Posted by MB on July 18, 2001, at 14:45:14

In reply to Re: Thorazine and brain damage, posted by Else on July 18, 2001, at 14:00:40

> I took a phenothiazine called Histantil once as a sleeping aid, I don't know if that's the US name. It is chemically related to Thorazine although it is marketed as an anti-emetic. The generic product is called promethazine I think. Anyway. It knocked me out cold for 18 hours and I was depressed for 3 or for days after that. I hate these drugs. And I only took 1 pill of the smallest dose possible (25 mg). I can only nimagine what Thorazine must be like.

I wish there was a way to block the antihistaminic action of these psychotropic drugs. Remeron would have been perfect for me if it hadn't have been for the antihistamine sedation. I guess an H-1 agonist (to counteract the H-1 blocking action of these drugs) would make a person miserable. Wouldn't it cause allergic-type reactions? Hmmmm...I wish there was a way....

parenthetically, can you believe my doctor switched me to Remeron when I told him Paxil was making me too tired and that I was gaining weight? Do these guys even listen?




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