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Unlikely: This would not be a likely scenario. Anything can happen but it really depends on how the doxepin was helping you and what symptoms it was alleviating. He can't have affect on Musca skeletal symptoms, and this could be a muscle pain. This is something best discussed with your physician ...Read more
Doxepin (brand name sinequan) is an older prescription antidepressant (a "tricyclic" available generically) that is mostly used nowadays as a sleep aid. It also has anxiety-relieving effects. Common side effects include dry mouth, blurred vision, and constipation, but unlike many other prescription sleep ...Read more
Is it safe to cross taper sertraline 50mg (morning) with 25mg Doxepin (night)? If you have previously handled Doxepin well ? (Stopping sertraline)
?: depends on what you were taking sertraline for? Especially if you were taking it in am I am assuming it was for depression or anxiety. 25 mg doze pin is a very low dose. May help with insomnia. I rarely use it for depression but would take at least 150 mg for therapeutic effect. For some patients using a low dose 25-50 mg 2 or 3 x/d may help anxiety. ...Read more
I have been on 10 mg of Doxepin for about 3 months. Is it safe to stop taking Doxepin at this time?
Doxepin (Sinequan): Doxepin (Sinequan) is used to treat depression and anxiety. 10 mg of Doxepin/day is small dose. If symptoms of depression and anxiety have improved, it is ok to discontinue Discuss with Psychiatrist: • Diagnosis, • Improvement in symptoms • Therapy for stresses in life for coping skills. • Breathing and Music Relaxation • Visual Imagery • Meditation • Yoga • Tai Chi ...Read more
I had a fall last night after taking doxepin and restoril (temazepam) plus perphenazine/amitryptiline could that make so dizzy i could not stop mtself from fallin?
Too many meds!: It sounds like you took too many sedating medications at the same time -- plus doxepin, perphenazine, and amitriptylene can also cause orthostatic hypotension (lowered blood pressure when you try to stand, so that you end up dizzy.) hoping you won't do that again, and will work with your doctor for a safer solution to your sleep difficulties. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I took Remeron (mirtazapine) as sleep aid for 9 years, but it stop working, amitriptyline doesn't help, don't want APs, wondering if trimipramin or doxepin could help?
Depends on dose: Doxepin is used to treat depression and anxiety. Doxepin is a tricyclic antidepressant. common adverse events can include nausea, drowsiness, tiredness, nightmares, dry mouth, skin sensitive to sunlight, changes in appetite or weight, constipation, difficulty urinating, frequent urination, blurred vision, changes in sex drive/function, excessive sweating. ...Read more
For depression/sleep: Doxepin (brand name sinequan) is an older prescription antidepressant (a "tricyclic" available generically) that is mostly used nowadays as a sleep aid. It also has anxiety-relieving effects. Common side effects include dry mouth, blurred vision, and constipation, but unlike many other prescription sleep aids, it is non-addictive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer