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EFFEXOR POOP-OUT ??? Anyone - Bad and Good Stories

Posted by SLS on May 29, 2001, at 9:12:29

Hi all.

Sorry to yell again.

Again, although I have not gone back to review a great many posts, I get the impression that Effexor doesn't seem to poop-out for people who experience a significant antidepressant response from it and feel greatly improved.

Gil has made an important point about the population of people posting on Psycho-Babble. In my prior post, I set up a list of ideal inclusion criteria in an attempt to produce less ambiguous results and conclusions. I see that this is a pretty silly thing to do here. We are too special. :-)

So here's the question - again:

Does Effexor poop-out?

I would like to hear from anyone who has used Effexor, with or without other medication.

Good stories and bad stories are welcome.

* For anyone who has had Effexor poop-out on them, please include the maximum dosage that you tried, and how long it worked for you.

Again - It is becoming increasingly apparent that some people don't respond well to Effexor until the dosage is brought up to dosages as high as 600mg per day. This does not mean, however, that it makes sense for everyone to try going that high. I'll see if I can talk to a few people and get a better idea as to when such high dosages are indicated. Maybe there has to be some sort of indication at lower dosages that high dosages have the potential to work.

I am grateful to anyone who contributes to this survey.



- Scott




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