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Re: Is switching stressful for your nervous system? Anna Laura

Posted by Janelle on July 19, 2001, at 16:32:46

In reply to Is switching stressful for your nervous system?, posted by Anna Laura on July 18, 2001, at 13:54:57

Switching probably IS "stressful" to the nervous system, BUT it's probably something the system CAN handle and also isn't it "better" (so to speak!) to switch to another med if the one(s) a person is on are NOT working? JMHO (Just My Humble Opinion)

I'm far from stable (though I am improving) and my pdoc is doing switches to fine-tune my meds, so I don't think your not being stable should be a problem. In fact, your not being stable could be due to not finding the right meds yet, therefore NEEDING to switch!

I'd say go ahead and try the EffexorXR (GRADUALLY) but be careful since you said you are feeling "nervous" - I have that problem (nervousness) and Effexor is making it worse, so next visit to pdoc I'm gonna taper off and try a different a-d.

Good luck!




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