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Bipolar Disorder - I accidentally took a double dose of medicine last night. Should I worry about?

Posted 3 Feb 2017 by Izera 1 answer

... long term effects? Total was 800mg Seroquel, 400mg Lamictal, 200mg desipramine. I've been a zombie all day and have a metallic taste in my mouth

Anyone else find desipramine encouraged weight loss? For years I took it for a sleep disorder.

Posted 13 days ago by nyecorgan 0 answers

Now a month or more after weaning myself off, I am steadily putting on weight?

Can Venlafaxine and Desipramine be taken together?

Posted 30 Aug 2009 by kganzini3 2 answers

I seem to have medication-resistant depression as I am constantly changing medications or dosages with little improvement in my depression. I also have IBS-M. I read that SSRI's are best for IBS-C and Tricyclic Anti-depressants are best for IBS-D. Could combining the two medications help with ...

What time of day should I take my desipramine?

Posted 16 Dec 2009 by luvvymummy 1 answer

should I take my desipramine in the morning or at night?

Can Desipramine and Adderall be taken together?

Posted 25 Mar 2010 by crazykatlady 1 answer

It is time to change my Anti-depression meds and my Doctor always asks me what my research has found out. I have been on Pristiq for less than one year and I have started feeling sad again, really sad.

Are side effects of desipramine gaining weight and being hungry or tired all the time?

Posted 1 Mar 2012 by HelenTroy 1 answer

I take 40mg Prozac in am for depression 100mg desipramine in pm for depression .25mg every 3 hours 4x a day (down from .5mg 4x a day I feel drowsy and depressed. This am drank 1 6oz cup caffine coffee. Felt better than in over a year.

Desipramine - I have been taking Desiprame for about 3 weeks and I actually feel like this one is?

Posted 10 Nov 2012 by robynmills 2 answers

... going to work. I have been on and off every antidpressant under the sun for the last 15 years. The only problem that I am having is dealing with the side effects. I am handling drinking water nonstop but the constipation has become intolerable. What is the best way to handle this?

Desipramine - can this drug cause forgetfulness?

Posted 17 Aug 2013 by vavinya 2 answers

I forget everything--- even when i'm told something i forget 5 mins later thanks

I'm taking desipramine and it has worked for my anxiety?

Posted 15 Dec 2015 by Robeva 2 answers

After trying all the newer antianxiety drugs and having a really bad time changing medications I am finally feeling better even though I am dealing with marriage problems I don't feel anxious. Sometimes going with the older meds can be the answer. I hate the side effects, dry mouth and ...

Can desipramin be combined with imipramin?

Posted 28 May 2017 2 answers

Can desipramin be combined with imipramin? I suffer lack of drive and listlessness. (Taking imipramin 250 mg, no heart or heartbeat and no blood pressure changes)

Bipolar Disorder - Im wondering if Im on too much meds for bp/bpd/ocd/ptsd? lithium,dival proex,?

Posted 30 Jan 2010 by jadaviolet 1 answer

... desipramine,seroquel,sertraline, synthroid, propranolol zopliclone???

Just started taking desipramine for GAD, but after the first dose anxiety seems to be much worse,?

Posted 7 Aug 2011 by chickpea56 1 answer

... how long does this last. I don't want to increase the medicine until this subsides

Has Desipramine strong sexual side effects like other ADs or is it peaceable?

Posted 29 Jun 2016 1 answer

Clomipramine or the SSRIs I can't support these. Imipramine is very good and I hope that Desipramine also is not too bad. Has anyone taken this AD? Thank you for any helpful answer!

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