I have been on 10mg of Brintellix for about a month now. After the first week the nausea was so bad that I had to call my doctors office for an anti nausea med. They prescribed me Zofran. I did a little research on it and found out that it works on serotonin as well. I know that Brintellix is a serotonogenic which is different than ssri's and snri's. So does Zofran block the re uptake of serotonin and interfere with the stimulation of serotonin from Brintellix? I want to make sure I am getting the most out of this med. I felt really good for a week on Brintellix and I don't feel that glimmer of hope so much now. Not sure if it's a placebo effect?
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