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Re: Cam

Posted by ben on May 26, 2001, at 12:34:39

In reply to Re: Paxil better than Zoloft ? Cam ben, posted by Cam W. on May 26, 2001, at 12:16:55

> Ben - It is really hard to say if you will get use to the Zoloft. After 5 weeks, if there has been no diminishing of the nausea, I'd say probably not. If the nausea has lessened some from the start of therapy, then perhaps it may still lessen.
> It may be prudent to give the drug another couple weeks, anyway. It would be a shame to throw away an effective drug, as there are too few out there. This is especially true of when you've found an SSRI that doesn't affect Willy.
> I know that you have tried a number of remedies for nausea and they are seemingly ineffective. I'll give you one more to try. Keep a bag of peppermints beside you bed and see if succking one or two upon waking helps. If the candy doesn't help, at least you will have sweeter smelling breath than your significant other.
> Sorry that I cannot be of more help than this. - Cam

Cam, I mconsider to switch Paxil when this nausea doesnt stop. Paxil could be better for me becaus it is less activating than zoloft (I have feelings of agitation and anxiety on zoloft too) but my willy probably wouldnt like that paroxetine at all !? Or I will give the Edronax a second chance (had urinary retention on 4 mg after two weeks and couldnt have an erection...perhaps this could lessen within time ?)





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