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Posted 25 Sep 2016 • 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com
Norepinephrine and epinephrine are both used in emergency medicine but what is the difference between them?
Posted 27 Mar 2014 by • 7 answers
I was talking to my therapist about mine and my mom's anxiety medicine. I'm taking Zoloft and she's taking Cymbalta. I was talking to my therapist about how my mom wants me to get out on what she's taking but my therapist was saying that it was a different class of drugs and ...
Posted 21 Dec 2009 by • 9 answers
I take Tramadol for pain. I have cervical spondylosis and have severe lower back pain and pain in right arm and hand. I was on oxycontin before this and I hated it, the Tramadol does not get me high but it does keep the pain away almost as good as the Oxycontin did, I take it three times a day ...
Posted 7 Sep 2016 • 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com
Strattera and Adderall are both used in the treatment of ADHD. Is one more effective or more likely to cause dependence than the other?
Posted 27 Jun 2013 by • 3 answers
I had a bad reaction to Prozac many years ago. I was told by my doc that I cannot tolerate ssri's. I was prescribed Cymbalta yesterday (snri) and was wondering what the difference between the drug classes was?
Posted 25 Feb 2013 by • 5 answers
since switching fron cymbalta 30mg to wellbutrin xl 150mg three days ago I have noticed i am extremely ill with other people, and just down right angry/aggitated with everyone and everything. Is this normal, what is going on and will it go away/
Exactly how does norepinephrine treat anxiety? it seems like it would be causing excititory effects?
Posted 19 Nov 2009 by • 2 answers
im on an SSRI (zoloft, totaly took care of depression) and an NDRI (wellbutrin, only been 3 weeks so no signs of improvment have started obviously), and i dont understand how norepinephrine (so closely related to adrinaline) will slow any part of the body down. I read in my bio psychology book that ...
Posted 29 May 2012 by • 6 answers
I have a question about depression medications. I have had major depression (and OCD) for over 15 years, and most Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors weren't helping me. Then my doctor prescribed me Venlafaxine, and it's been the most helpful drug I have ever taken. Venlafaxine is a Serotonin ...
Posted 23 Sep 2018 by • 1 answer
Have been on 150mg of Effexor for a little over two weeks . Experiencing increased anxiety, which I expected and hope will get better . However now I am experiencing what I can only describe as a feeling like I have had 10 energy drinks . It’s beyond anxiety. Is this the norepinephrine doing ...
Posted 23 Aug 2010 by • 2 answers
Posted 12 Oct 2011 by • 1 answer
does the serotonin and norepinephrine in tramadol take much shorter time to work then with effexor (both are very structurally the same) ? I would think so
Posted 30 Sep 2015 by • 2 answers
Are there any medications that raise dopamine without raising norepinephrine?
Posted 18 Jun 2012 by • 3 answers
Mariah asking more Propranolol questions again! After a lot of research, I have a really technical question, and I don't know if anyone can answer, but you never know until you try! Does anyone know if Propranolol just interacts with the β1- and β2-adrenergic receptors or does it ...
Posted 23 Apr 2013 by • 3 answers
I am very sensitive to epinephrine (i.e. can't take it, causes SEVERE panic attacks). Will Cymbalta have the same effect since it has norepinephrine? I'm afraid to even try it as my reactions to epi scares me!
Posted 16 Oct 2015 by • 5 answers
Cymbalta has been the only antidepressant that has worked for me so far, but it makes me so exhausted. I could fall asleep on the floor any moment. Why is Cymbalta causing such extreme fatigue?
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