Doxepin a tricycle antidepressant, so yes it should help people with depression, and in turn that could help their overall mood stabilize. As far as MS patience go im pretty sure that tricycles are what is usually used to treat them... but i am no expert. I know a good deal about a/d's just cause i take them and i research everything i have to take, haha, but Im not too well informed about MS
My best friend has MS and she was put on pristiq for an antidepressant. It has really helped her, even with her energy level which is usually low. She takes a shot once weekly for MS but I've forgotten the name. She used to take 3 shots a week but this one has less side effects. I'm not sure about the sinquan. Before pristiq she tried effexor with no luck. hope it is helpful.
Sinequan belongs to a class of medications called tricyclic antidepressants. It is not entirely clear how the medicine works, but it does affect several chemicals in the brain (including serotonin and norepinephrine). It is thought that perhaps Sinequan allows these chemical to stay in the brain longer, which can help with depression symptoms and anxiety. The drug can also block histamine receptors, making it useful as an antihistamine.
For the treatment of MS, perhaps it would be better if you spoke to a professional/pharmacist who would give you accurate info, hope this helps?
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