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    Re: serotonin syndrome

    Quote Originally Posted by melfish View Post
    Thanks, Panic. Was hoping you'd chime in. Thing is, it *wasn't* flagged at my pharmacy like it should have been. I asked to speak to a pharmacist and that's when the freakout occurred.
    Yous a nauggty lady for distorting the truth lol

    You done a Doc Google n'est-ce pas? Doc Google ain't your friend. Doc Google delight in spreading fear and panic

    I done a Doc Google the other day but specific asking if leg pain can be caused by ba CK problem. All I wanted was yes or no answer. Doc Google told me I had degenerate disc disease or sciatica both what made me feel worse. Far better come straight here and ask for experience of the good folk.

    Enjoy your Tramadol hit. Expect a bit of constipation the next day. Your on so little of the other gear that a bad reaction is impossible

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    Re: serotonin syndrome

    Huh? No, I asked the pharmacist about it, expecting to be reassured. He was the one who freaked and didn't want to give it me

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    Re: serotonin syndrome

    I say if you don't like the tramadol...share
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    Re: serotonin syndrome

    What's the worst that can happen?

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    Re: serotonin syndrome

    Quote Originally Posted by AntsyVee View Post
    I say if you don't like the tramadol...share
    1 for you,1 for me
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    Re: serotonin syndrome

    Quote Originally Posted by Quinn1 View Post
    1 for you,1 for me
    Exactly!

    And maybe one more for me for coming up with the idea...
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    Re: serotonin syndrome

    One for you
    Two for you
    One two three for me 👿

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    Re: serotonin syndrome

    We will share evenly.

    3 packets each.
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    Re: serotonin syndrome

    I was thinking in terms of crates 😄

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    Re: serotonin syndrome

    Quote Originally Posted by melfish View Post
    I don't think the serotonergic effects even kick in until 30 of 40mg for the mirt.
    Mirtazapine serotonin activity is so low even at maximum doses that it is, in the words of one of the two doctors who know most about SS, about as likely to trigger it as a vitamin C tablet is (PDF). Plus, mirtazapine is a serotonin 5-HT2a receptor antagonist (blocker) which can prevent the body temperature spike which does the damage in SS although in humans the recommended treatments are the more potent 5-HT2a antagonists cyproheptadine and chlorpromazine.

    Not sure about 10mg of citalopram, though that's not a therapeutic dose either
    While it is more likely to have an effect than mirtazapine, even so you're unlikely to notice anything untoward.
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