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Re: Edronax (reboxetine) considering re-trial..... tensor

Posted by Quintal on February 3, 2007, at 5:45:25

In reply to Re: Edronax (reboxetine) considering re-trial..... Quintal, posted by tensor on February 2, 2007, at 8:31:21

It's interesting that you find tamsulosin anixolytic. Do you notice any nasal congestion - I've heard it can be a problem with alpha blockers?

>To sum it up, I have a little more energy today but also some "head zaps" from the withdrawal.

I know what you mean - I had the 'brain rattles' and kaleidoscope vision from Effexor withdrawal. Did you follow a taper schedule?

>Don't you get any pain in the prostate/testicles?

I remember having a chronic low-level ache in my prostate and it would sometimes descend into my testes, as if I'd been kicked in the groin.

>Yes, the books by Stephen M. Stahl are excellent, I own one myself.

Which one did you buy? I notice they had so much enthusiasm for the NARIs back when this was written - predicting they were the missing link that would be a huge leap forward in the treatment of depression. Strattera was undergoing its clinical trials then and still called 'tomoxetine' - they were touting it as a wonder drug.

I've read that reboxetine interacts negatively with codeine and that puts me off a bit because I'm using quite a lot of it now to help with anxiety and depression so that would be a problem. They don't say what the interaction is exactly and information is sparse. Do you know anything about it?





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