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Re: Mixing of old meds with new start on Remeron

Posted by SalArmy4me on February 21, 2001, at 10:08:08

In reply to Mixing of old meds with new start on Remeron, posted by Lily on February 20, 2001, at 20:50:26

I think that if you can tolerate trazodone and amitriptyline, then Remeron will be a piece of cake. Also, I think that with Remeron, you may be able to replace the other medicines, because Remeron works on serotonin and norepinephrine--unlike trazodone.

You definitely have a chance of relief with Remeron. According to studies, it sometimes works faster than other older antidepressants, and its efficacy is as good or better than fluoxetine.

Here are some more benefits of Remeron:

--It can be used for all types of depression, anxiety, OCD, and insomnia.

--It is convienient because it is taken only once at bedtime.

--It may improve libido and sexual performance (its the only medication that improves mine). Dr. Bob Hsieung's fellow doctors recommend it for sexual dysfunction.

--You can take Remeron with most antidepressants except MAOIs.

--It has none of the anticholinergic effects of SSRIs.

--It has gained recognition as a very useful medication from psychiatrists in only four years of FDA approval.

http://www.dr-bob.org/tips/split/Mirtazapine-for-SSRI-ADRs.html
www.remeron.com
http://www.rxlist.com/cgi/generic/mirtaz.htm


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