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Why take an ssri?
Jun 24, 2004
... My physician told me that adding an SSRI to something like Xanax actually enhances the Xanax. This combination has worked exceptionally well for me for the past eight months. ... (4 replies)
... d fighting my know what I mean.........I tell myself it will get better but sometimes start doubting it as well..........I know that although the Zoloft has calmed me some it does take time to really do its job and can have it's own set of start up effects.........right now I wouldn't know which it was anyway.... ... (26 replies)
... I would suck it up and bear though it if I was you. If it is toloerable that is. This is not going to get better in days, it could take weeks. It is a process getting used to the medications and you should know and not be afraid that the zoloft takes time to adjust to temporary side effects also. ... (26 replies)

... I had a rough day today, and realized that I needed to go see a friend and cry for a while and just let out some of this frustration. I tend to hold things in and have cried very little through all of this.........I'm an emotional stuffer.......... ... (26 replies)
Hello Everyone....
Aug 25, 2004
... Hi and welcome to our board. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, I can very much relate to your situation. I'm the mother of a 2 yr. old girl and I had my first panic attack just one week before she turned one year old. I am currently taking Lexapro and it has been a lifesaver for me. ... (4 replies)
... Have you been to the DR. yet? ... (15 replies)
... It will take time, but what you have is recoverable. I went through the same pain and anxiety, and had the constant panic attacks. ... (7 replies)
... Just how is it that you let yourself be put on 6mg of xanax when a week ago 4mg was making you droggy? ... (16 replies)
... My Doctor told me that I could take up to 1MG a day, but he said just because the bottle said I could take that much didn't mean I needed to. ... (16 replies)
... t works well for one person might not work as well for another. It's probably true, however, that many people who have had good luck with one SSRI will also tend to do well on other SSRIs. It's just that side effects can vary quite a bit. ... (12 replies)
... I am so sorry to hear that you have to go through this at such a young age. The problem is, that most of the time, there is no answer as to where the panic started. ... (15 replies)
... Zoloft and Wellbutrin are both very stimulating to the nervous system. ... (23 replies)
... o loved nothing more than thundering along with the wind in my hair like my ancesters on the plains,WAS a happy father of 5 kids ranging in ages 20 to4 who liked to play on the floor with the youngest or go on adventures with the oldest to just spending time with my autistic son with whom I share a special relationship. ... (15 replies)
... The pdoc phoned yesterday and told me to change nothing. I have been feeling very mood swingy, mostly down, as if I'm going to cry a lot.............anyhow........he wants to leave me at 25mg of Zoloft for a while and start dropping the Ambien once I level out on the 25mg of Z........... ... (11 replies)
Feb 22, 2004
... The Obitz book was not available in bookstores back when I got it so I had to purchase it directly from the authors website which you find by putting his name in a search engine if you're interested. ... (24 replies)
New to boards
Feb 9, 2004
... Last Friday I had one of the days you are talking about. I couldn't believe how good I felt that day......... ... (8 replies)
... I was very hesitant to take medications when my panic first appeared. I bought a couple Lucinda Bassett books and read a lot of things to try and help myself get past it, but it only got worse as time went on. ... (36 replies)
Oct 14, 2002
... I have suffered from anxiety and OCD since 1980! My biggest fear has been taking meds, and worrying about my health compulsively. I was always too afraid to take ANYTHING for my anxiety because I feared either tainting or reactions. Finally I got the nerve to try Xanax about 2 years ago. What a life saver! ... (20 replies)
... Klonopin and Xanax are both from the same family of drugs called Benzodiazepenes. It is a weak narcotic that works on the GABA receptors in your brain. ... (8 replies)

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