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Re: Tianeptine/Neurontin

Posted by S.D. on July 17, 2000, at 16:39:29

In reply to Tianeptine/Neurontin, posted by Anna P. on July 17, 2000, at 13:44:50

> Hello everyone,
> I'm considering trying Tianeptine/Neurontin combination. I wander if Neurontin can take away the anxiety caused by Tianeptine.
> Does anyone knows about the nonprescription source of Neurontin?
> Anna P.

Neurontin's official use is to prevent epileptic seizures. It isn't FDA approved as an anti-anxiety medication and I've not heard of it being used for that, except one study for social phobia which is different.

you can read about Neurontin (generic name is gabapentin) at

another site for drug info "monographs" is but someone here (sorry not to give credit but I forget) mentioned what might be the best ever,

Surely there must be something better. Past doctors have prescribed me ativan or clonazepam (Klonopin) for moderate durations when I've had anxiety side effects from an antidepressant.

I guess you need non-prescription because you aren't going through a doctor for the tianeptine, so I can see how anti-anxiety meds may be hard to get. Kava and valerian are herbal anti-anxiety substances but careful about interactions tianeptine might have with them because standard tianeptine "drug-interaction warnings" might consider only other Rx drugs and not OTC herbal ones. Try to check that or do a global search engine search for ( "German Comission E" AND (kava OR valerian) )

peace and health,





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