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Re: Remeron for treatment-resistant depression w/GAD? jerrympls

Posted by TylerJ on April 2, 2006, at 10:38:43

In reply to Remeron for treatment-resistant depression w/GAD?, posted by jerrympls on April 2, 2006, at 3:23:22

> I've looked through my past med history, journals, etc and found that I never had a trial of Remeron! Actually, I was put on it when it first came out but I stopped it after 3 days because I had bad nightmares.
> Perhaps this would be a good option for me? It would help me sleep - so I could get rid of the Seroquel - and I'm assuming it would help with anxiety too. I know a major side effect is weight gain - but it can't be as bad as the weight gain caused by the evil Seroquel!
> I'm going to talk to my doctor about this. Anyone out there have any opinions? SLS? Med? Ed? Anyone?
> Thanks
> Jerry

Remeron is an excellent AD. Next to the MAOI's it's my favorite. It worked very well for me for about 5 yrs. For me it was a far superior med than the ssri's-which I've grown to dislike very much. Yea, I gained some weight on it, but lost it when I stopped taking it. If you give it some time it'll definitely help you sleep as well. Overall, a good drug for Dep/anx. Good Luck.





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