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Re: remeron lilly1850

Posted by JohnX2 on October 27, 2001, at 11:12:31

In reply to remeron, posted by lilly1850 on October 27, 2001, at 8:42:56

Nightmares are common on almost any anti-depressant.
REMeron (note the REM) specifically changes sleep
architecture. The only anti-depressant that actually
quelled nightmares/intense dreaming for me was
Serzone (and I believe this action is documented).

I haven't heard of the stomach aches being a typical
remeron side effect. In fact if memory serves me
correct remeron blocks a brain receptor that causes
nausea. Someone correct me if I'm wrong on that
But anxiety induced stomach cramps from
nightmares would be different.

A lot of meds would cause intense dreamine and
I would wake up in pools of sweat feeling panicky.
If rememeron persists it may not be your best med
idea. There is something in the med that makes
it a good anti-depressant but can cause transient

Exactly what meds are you on? Maybe we can help
with some ideas to alleviate this.


> I just added remeron to my list of medications and have been experiencing horrific nightmares from which I wake up with a very bad migraine and am often sick to my stomach. Has any one else experienced this? Thanks




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