i take coversyl 5mg and dilatrol 6.25 once daily each , swollen feet appear now
Finding the right antidepressant for your situation might take time. Each antidepressant has its own pros and cons, and until you try one, you won't know exactly how it'll affect you or how well it'll work. You may need to try several antidepressants before finding the one, or the combination, that works best for you.
This taken from http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/456873_5
"... Currently, the SSRIs are considered the safest of all antidepressants. Unlike the TCAs, the SSRIs do not induce orthostatic hypotension. Also, SSRIs do not cause the degree of conduction abnormalities seen with the TCAs and other agents. "
SSRI Selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors include:
Sertraline and are considered the safest first choice anti-depressants in patients who have a history of heart attacks.
I have had very good results with Zoloft. Started at 50mg. eventually increased to 100mg. This year added 40 mg of diaretic for swollen ankles. Doc had me weigh myself everyday for 2wks to see pattern of weight gain from fluid retention. Your cardio doc will know the best meds for you regarding a heart attack.
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