Is the selective norepinephine reuptake inhibitor, reboxetine, effective?

Reboxetine. Depends on what it is used for. At therapeutic dose and if tolerated, yes.
Evidence says not. One meta-analysis* (a study pooling results from multiple other studies) suggested that reboxetine is ineffective & may be harmful. *(eyding d et.Al. "reboxetine for acute treatment of major depression: systematic review &meta-analysis of published &unpublished placebo &selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor controlled trials."bmj. 2010; 341:c4737).

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Anesthesia . There should be no problem with your procedure. Make sure they know what medications you are taking. Colonoscopies while on medications such as yours are common place without side effects. Best wishes. Read more...