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I Just Started A New Drug Called Trintellix , Has Anyone Else Tried It ? I Would Appreciate Any Information Good Or Bad That You Can Offer

I Just Started A New Drug Called Trintellix , Has Anyone Else Tried It ? I Would Appreciate Any Information Good Or Bad That You Can Offer

I started taking Trintellix on Tuesday ( 4 days ago ) and experiencing nightmares itching and nausea. Evidently it's a new drug on the market, was wondering if anyone else has tried it and if it's helping in any way . Any advice would be welcome

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Definitely helping me relax and less depressed. Gentle hugs from Karen 🍁

posted about 4 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Yes I will always share my knowledge as to what I have learned . . . . and as my grandfather said . . . what we do with it, is choice. Sativa and indica are true strains. Then hybrids...they all have chemical compounds in each plant. Thc,cbd,this, is only two there is now research of 100s of healing compounds.

posted about 4 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

The message below was posted as a recommendation of the American Medical Association. It is an antidepressant and as everyone knows they are commonly prescribed for FM. I am allergic to all of them, however, my psychiatrist told me that because I have filed for medical disability that I have to show that I am addressing my depression even if I don['t take the medicine better to get it and throw it out so social security disability will believe my diagnoses of depression - which is secondary to chronic pain. Crazy She prescribed Celexa which is a sister to Lexapro and it is an older proven depression med.

Patients should wait at least 7 years from the date of approval to take any new drug unless it is one of those rare “breakthrough” drugs that offers you a documented therapeutic advantage over older proven drugs. New drugs are tested in a relatively small number of people before being released, and serious adverse effects or life-threatening drug interactions may not be detected until the new drug has been taken by hundreds of thousands of people. A number of new drugs have been withdrawn from the market for safety reasons within their first 7 years after release. Also, warnings about serious new adverse reactions have been added to the labeling of a number of drugs, or new drug interactions have been detected, usually within the first seven years after a drug’s release.

This recommendation is based on research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2002: Lasser KE, Allen PD, Woolhandler SJ, et al. Timing of new black box warnings and withdrawals for prescription medications. JAMA (Phone number can only be seen by the question and answer creators).

edited, originally posted over 4 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Ok Lady's, there are two kinds of medical maraguana.
1. Sativa....uplifting, brain energy...talkative...lol
2. Indica...relaxing, body calming....sleep
Then there are hybrid s both. I grow my own strains.
I was blessed to live in California, 8 years and learn and learn all the amazing healing properties in Cannabis. If you have question I'm more than happy to share.

posted about 4 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

This is the drug. I guess it was reported in January but I just heard about it recently. Scary! http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/01/16/world/euro...

posted over 4 years ago
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