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Re: Stimulating TCA? -Todd

Posted by Maxime on July 14, 2004, at 20:17:28

In reply to Re: Stimulating TCA?, posted by King Vultan on July 14, 2004, at 7:57:56

What is anticholinergic mean?


> As the others have mentioned, desipramine would be a good choice. It is activating and along with nortriptyline, has the fewest side effects of the tricyclics. However, nortriptyline is generally considered to be at least moderately sedating; although, individual reactions can vary. Protriptyline (Vivactil) is even more stimulating than desipramine, but I found its anticholinergic effects to be intolerable, as many people apparently do. Too bad because it was a wonderful stimulant and effective antidepressant.
> Todd




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