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Re: Effexor vs TCA+SSRI?

Posted by rjlockhart37 on September 10, 2020, at 0:27:53

In reply to Effexor vs TCA+SSRI?, posted by PCB on September 9, 2020, at 20:56:01

Effexor is more tolerated its more activating than zoloft, and less side effects than desipramine ....low doses it works on serotonin, but the high dose like taking 2 150mg XR capsules is common, its an acitvating med, and from what i've read its more effective than SSRI's, but the withdrawl....from it is bad

Low dose - serotonin, high dose - serotonin, norephinprhine, and slightly dopamine. Thats why its a effexor activate effect. People who take 300mg usally are stimulated and less depressed

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