Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 016798/001.

Names and composition

"SINEQUAN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016798/001 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016798/002 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016798/003 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016798/005 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016798/006 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016798/007 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 150MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017516/001 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016798/001 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016798/002 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016798/003 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016798/005 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016798/006 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016798/007 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 150MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016987/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
016987/002 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
016987/003 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
016987/004 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE
016987/006 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
016987/007 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 150MG BASE
017516/001 SINEQUAN DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020126/001 ZONALON DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 5%
022036/001 SILENOR DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL EQ 3MG BASE
022036/002 SILENOR DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL EQ 6MG BASE
070790/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
070791/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
070791/002 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
070791/003 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
070791/004 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
070791/005 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE
070792/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
070793/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ ORAL EQ 100MG BASE
070825/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
070827/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
070828/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
070931/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
070932/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
070952/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
070953/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
070954/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
070955/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE
070972/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
070973/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
071238/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
071239/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE
071326/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
071422/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE
071437/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
071485/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
071486/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
071487/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
071502/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
071521/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE
071562/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE
071595/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
071608/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
071609/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE per ML
071653/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
071654/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
071669/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 150MG BASE
071673/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
071674/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
071675/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE
071676/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 150MG BASE
071685/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
071686/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
071697/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
071763/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
071764/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 150MG BASE
071918/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE per ML
072109/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
072110/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE
072375/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE
072376/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 150MG BASE
072386/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
072387/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 150MG BASE
072985/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
072986/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
072987/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
073054/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
073055/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
074721/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE per ML
075924/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CONCENTRATE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE per ML
201951/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL EQ 3MG BASE
201951/002 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL EQ 6MG BASE
202337/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL EQ 3MG BASE
202337/002 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL EQ 6MG BASE
202510/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 3MG
202510/002 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 6MG
202761/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 3MG
202761/002 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 6MG
207482/001 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
207482/002 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
207482/003 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 50MG BASE
207482/004 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
207482/005 DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE DOXEPIN HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL EQ 100MG BASE

Ask a doctor

A licensed doctor will try to answer your question for free as quickly as possible. Free of charge during the beta period.

Answered questions

Can someone please tell me the difference between sinequan and seroquel?
I ran out of my Sinequan to go to sleep till tommorw but a friend gave me seroquel . She said that helps her sleep but i don't feel nothing yet...Whats the difference between the to will it help me sleep???? Asked by Isaias Guiterez 2 years ago.

Sinequan is an antidepressant, whilst Seroquel is an antipsychotic. DO NOT take somebody else's medication. Answered by Hilde Kitching 2 years ago.

I've actually taken both of those medications in the past. I'm currently taking 250 mg of sinequan... Really, I don't recommend taking your friends medicines, but it sounds like you already have. It depends on how much Seroquel you took... I was on 600 mg at night and it used to definitely help me to fall asleep. It should kick in within 2 hours or so at the most... but again, it would depend on how much you took.. and, I must add, each person is different in how much you need for it to effect you. I don't know the exact differences in the two, but a little over a month ago I switched from seroquel to sinequan... Hope you are able to get to sleep tonight! Answered by Barrett Mcentegart 2 years ago.

Sinaquan is a tri-cyclic anti-depressant. Seroquel is an atypical anti-psychotic. They are not substitutes for eachother! Seroquel may put you to sleep but is it really worth putting such a serious drug in your brain just to sleep? Call your Psychiatrist and get a refill! Answered by Violette Sommerfeld 2 years ago.

im a caregiver and we give seroquel to our patients that are schizophrenic..:) Answered by Alleen Gerardot 2 years ago.


Have you used Sinequan for anxiety?
I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't... Asked by Delphia Cacioppo 2 years ago.

I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't want to start taking something that will cause me to have worse insomnia. Have you used it? If so, did you have insomnia before taking it? Did it help? Answered by Jesse Mcghinnis 2 years ago.

No, we live in the twentieth century and Sinequan is from the 1900's. Answered by Gaston Younts 2 years ago.

yes, make sure you are planning on being in bad at least 8 hours Answered by Vinnie Pipia 2 years ago.

No, I use absinthe for my depression. Answered by Lawana Rissman 2 years ago.


Has anyone heard of Sinequan?
if so did it help? Asked by Emmaline Mccuaig 2 years ago.

It is a tricyclic antidepressant and is used to treat many things from sleep problems, to anxiety, to depression. The site below has more information on it. Answered by Carleen Lebrecht 2 years ago.

Yes, it's an anti depressant. I take it in the generic form Doxepin. I've been taking it for 10 years. I have a sleep problem so it puts me to sleep at night and keeps me asleep all night. I also suffer form depression. Google Sinequan or doxepin there is a lot of info out there. Answered by Flora Mcquistion 2 years ago.

give more info about yourself, what are your questions Answered by Marcie Maletz 2 years ago.


Regarding mood how was your experience on Doxepin AKA (Adapine, Deptran, Sinquan and Sinequan)?
I like the idea of a happy pill and was wondering if i can expect Doxepin to send me to happyland? How did it work for you any significant annoying side effects? Did it wear off? Did your tolerance grow? Thanks in advance for the info much love? P.S. i dont want a lecture or life lesson please Asked by Stephine Irestone 2 years ago.

Doxepin will definitely take you to another place... The side effect that seemed most annoying to me was drowsiness the next day, like trying to walk through a cloud or feeling like you are talking through cement. Other side effects that I found bothersome were intense dry mouth and increased appetite. I mean, I got really hungry and thirsty. It's not bad for a quick high, but I'd just as soon take valium or xanax, the side effects aren't anywhere near as annoying. Answered by Trenton Wrona 2 years ago.


Does anyone out there take Sinequan(doxepin) or Symbax and what effects have you experienced?
Asked by Barrett Faulstick 2 years ago.

if you would like I can send you the nurses guide information on this drug with the possible interactions and side affects but let me give you the highlights nausea , vomiting , anorexia , constipation , urine retention , skin rashes , photo sensitivity of your skin , seizures , hallucinations.....ect would you like the whole list ? I hope that whatever they are prescribing this for is serious god knows where I would put this stuff and the words used would be doc would you like to bend over for a minute if as I suspect you are getting this for depression try dealing with your problems instead of running away with drugs confusing yourself won't help Answered by Myles Roxberry 2 years ago.

I took doxepin for awhile and found out i was allergic to it. They said that dry mouth was a side effect but then i started losing feeling and taste in my mouth, then i went through a period of rage for a couple days before i even noticed what was happening, i finally noticed a problem when my family told me i was getting out of control and then later i looked in my mouth and saw blisters that i couldnt feel and didnt even realize they were forming there. so please be careful with this medication it can do some crazy things to you if you happen to be allergic to it. Answered by Francisco Ramire 2 years ago.


Let's talk Paxil, the pros and cons, also does anyone currently take Doxepin(Sinequan) ?
Asked by Elenore Shakespeare 2 years ago.

paxil, I foundmade me gain weight and didn't cut the anxiety, also lack of libido. It did help with the negative thoughts and suicidal ideation. i am now on effexor xr and have better luck with weight control and usually with anxiety but lately ???? The libido is somewhat better but not normal, not that it is with anxiety and depression either? Answered by Lorna Lave 2 years ago.

execs : - the undeniably stunning feeling you may get with it slushing around your inner maximum bits - foodstuff is an exceptionally good thermal insulator so could save you warmth for the duration of the iciness months - you would be the existence of any social gathering in a ravenous detrimental united states - animals will chase you and devour your clothing (this must be the no. a million 'person' delusion of all time hasn't it? Or is it in basic terms me...) - a clean trend every day! - beginning a foodstuff combat could be some plenty much less annoying, additionally the uncomplicated get admission to to ammunition could recommend you have been assured to win - all your grocery and foodstuff standards ought to be recent on your nearest food market - how handy! Cons: - in case you by twist of destiny wandered right into a collection of obese dieters you need to mistakenly be considered as a sacrifice and be eaten. - thats all I have been given for cons... Answered by Lyn Nannini 2 years ago.

I took Paxil for a while. Sexual side effects. Don't want to go into too much, but serious. Answered by Bernadine Wdowiak 2 years ago.

I was on Paxill and will never get on it again......not because of sexual (there lack of) side effect but when getting off of it . I thought I was dying I had panic attacks every day..... and it takes a couple of months to get off of one drug and on another so I HATED IT Answered by Chanda Mcglockton 2 years ago.

i took paxil and it made me mad! whatever i did iwas mad!dont do it!try something else! Answered by Anneliese Swamp 2 years ago.


Should sinequan (doxepin) be taken on a full or empty stomach?
does it matter? Asked by Alissa Hibbetts 2 years ago.

I have to be very careful taking certain meds on an empty stomach and was told it was fine. I take mine only at bedtime if that makes a difference. If I were you I would call the pharmacy that the doxepin came from or ANY pharmacy as far as that goes. Answered by Sherill Phothirath 2 years ago.


Lexapro and Social Anxiety Disorder / PMDD?
I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it?I tried... Asked by Harmony Zweig 2 years ago.

I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it? I tried Zoloft (which is FDA approved to treat SAD and PMDD), but 50mg didn't do much, and 100mg wouldnt let me sleep more than 2 hours a night for 2 weeks... I've done some research and have come across Paxil also. How well does it work for one with SAD or PMDD? Personal experiences only please. Answered by Clinton Rabeck 2 years ago.

I take Lexapro & Sinequan for depression & SAD. One seems to help the other, but it's not 100%. Paxil has horrible sexual side effects. If you're married or in a relationship, you probably don't want that. I didn't find that it helped at all. It's trial & error to find what combination works for you. www.freedomfromfear.org has alot of helpful information. good luck! Answered by Amal Seaholtz 2 years ago.

I am so happy, it was only a 35 minute drive ( 70 minutes total) but absolutely no sign of anxiety or panic i shopped till I dropped - brilliant! I will now go for the next stage DUAL CARRIAGE way, probably at the weekend, with my husband accompanying me first then the solo drive, if successful the final stage of driving on motorway Beat Anxiety And Panic Attacks Naturally? Answered by Maribel Hethcox 2 years ago.


Can someone please tell me the difference between sinequan and seroquel?
I ran out of my Sinequan to go to sleep till tommorw but a friend gave me seroquel . She said that helps her sleep but i don't feel nothing yet...Whats the difference between the to will it help me sleep???? Asked by Alfredia Shao 2 years ago.

Sinequan is an antidepressant, whilst Seroquel is an antipsychotic. DO NOT take somebody else's medication. Answered by Michal Potvin 2 years ago.

I've actually taken both of those medications in the past. I'm currently taking 250 mg of sinequan... Really, I don't recommend taking your friends medicines, but it sounds like you already have. It depends on how much Seroquel you took... I was on 600 mg at night and it used to definitely help me to fall asleep. It should kick in within 2 hours or so at the most... but again, it would depend on how much you took.. and, I must add, each person is different in how much you need for it to effect you. I don't know the exact differences in the two, but a little over a month ago I switched from seroquel to sinequan... Hope you are able to get to sleep tonight! Answered by Aubrey Seu 2 years ago.

Sinaquan is a tri-cyclic anti-depressant. Seroquel is an atypical anti-psychotic. They are not substitutes for eachother! Seroquel may put you to sleep but is it really worth putting such a serious drug in your brain just to sleep? Call your Psychiatrist and get a refill! Answered by Cecil Stricklen 2 years ago.

im a caregiver and we give seroquel to our patients that are schizophrenic..:) Answered by Lucy Mcmanuis 2 years ago.


Have you used Sinequan for anxiety?
I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't... Asked by Willie Mcquitty 2 years ago.

I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't want to start taking something that will cause me to have worse insomnia. Have you used it? If so, did you have insomnia before taking it? Did it help? Answered by Ava Nolet 2 years ago.

No, we live in the twentieth century and Sinequan is from the 1900's. Answered by Clarine Caudel 2 years ago.

yes, make sure you are planning on being in bad at least 8 hours Answered by Keiko Byon 2 years ago.

No, I use absinthe for my depression. Answered by Synthia Sesco 2 years ago.


Has anyone heard of Sinequan?
if so did it help? Asked by Aletha Blander 2 years ago.

It is a tricyclic antidepressant and is used to treat many things from sleep problems, to anxiety, to depression. The site below has more information on it. Answered by Cornelius Escalera 2 years ago.

Yes, it's an anti depressant. I take it in the generic form Doxepin. I've been taking it for 10 years. I have a sleep problem so it puts me to sleep at night and keeps me asleep all night. I also suffer form depression. Google Sinequan or doxepin there is a lot of info out there. Answered by Lulu Goerdel 2 years ago.

give more info about yourself, what are your questions Answered by Demetra Krafft 2 years ago.


Regarding mood how was your experience on Doxepin AKA (Adapine, Deptran, Sinquan and Sinequan)?
I like the idea of a happy pill and was wondering if i can expect Doxepin to send me to happyland? How did it work for you any significant annoying side effects? Did it wear off? Did your tolerance grow? Thanks in advance for the info much love? P.S. i dont want a lecture or life lesson please Asked by Jeneva Conway 2 years ago.

Doxepin will definitely take you to another place... The side effect that seemed most annoying to me was drowsiness the next day, like trying to walk through a cloud or feeling like you are talking through cement. Other side effects that I found bothersome were intense dry mouth and increased appetite. I mean, I got really hungry and thirsty. It's not bad for a quick high, but I'd just as soon take valium or xanax, the side effects aren't anywhere near as annoying. Answered by Lonnie Branchaud 2 years ago.


Does anyone out there take Sinequan(doxepin) or Symbax and what effects have you experienced?
Asked by Pamelia Renninger 2 years ago.

if you would like I can send you the nurses guide information on this drug with the possible interactions and side affects but let me give you the highlights nausea , vomiting , anorexia , constipation , urine retention , skin rashes , photo sensitivity of your skin , seizures , hallucinations.....ect would you like the whole list ? I hope that whatever they are prescribing this for is serious god knows where I would put this stuff and the words used would be doc would you like to bend over for a minute if as I suspect you are getting this for depression try dealing with your problems instead of running away with drugs confusing yourself won't help Answered by Mohammad Gregerson 2 years ago.

I took doxepin for awhile and found out i was allergic to it. They said that dry mouth was a side effect but then i started losing feeling and taste in my mouth, then i went through a period of rage for a couple days before i even noticed what was happening, i finally noticed a problem when my family told me i was getting out of control and then later i looked in my mouth and saw blisters that i couldnt feel and didnt even realize they were forming there. so please be careful with this medication it can do some crazy things to you if you happen to be allergic to it. Answered by Lajuana Squarciafico 2 years ago.


Let's talk Paxil, the pros and cons, also does anyone currently take Doxepin(Sinequan) ?
Asked by Donn Grater 2 years ago.

paxil, I foundmade me gain weight and didn't cut the anxiety, also lack of libido. It did help with the negative thoughts and suicidal ideation. i am now on effexor xr and have better luck with weight control and usually with anxiety but lately ???? The libido is somewhat better but not normal, not that it is with anxiety and depression either? Answered by Matilde Pyle 2 years ago.

execs : - the undeniably stunning feeling you may get with it slushing around your inner maximum bits - foodstuff is an exceptionally good thermal insulator so could save you warmth for the duration of the iciness months - you would be the existence of any social gathering in a ravenous detrimental united states - animals will chase you and devour your clothing (this must be the no. a million 'person' delusion of all time hasn't it? Or is it in basic terms me...) - a clean trend every day! - beginning a foodstuff combat could be some plenty much less annoying, additionally the uncomplicated get admission to to ammunition could recommend you have been assured to win - all your grocery and foodstuff standards ought to be recent on your nearest food market - how handy! Cons: - in case you by twist of destiny wandered right into a collection of obese dieters you need to mistakenly be considered as a sacrifice and be eaten. - thats all I have been given for cons... Answered by Sherika Trickett 2 years ago.

I took Paxil for a while. Sexual side effects. Don't want to go into too much, but serious. Answered by Rana Leibee 2 years ago.

I was on Paxill and will never get on it again......not because of sexual (there lack of) side effect but when getting off of it . I thought I was dying I had panic attacks every day..... and it takes a couple of months to get off of one drug and on another so I HATED IT Answered by Karyn Rhoad 2 years ago.

i took paxil and it made me mad! whatever i did iwas mad!dont do it!try something else! Answered by Avril Rotty 2 years ago.


Should sinequan (doxepin) be taken on a full or empty stomach?
does it matter? Asked by Simon Kort 2 years ago.

I have to be very careful taking certain meds on an empty stomach and was told it was fine. I take mine only at bedtime if that makes a difference. If I were you I would call the pharmacy that the doxepin came from or ANY pharmacy as far as that goes. Answered by Desire Saterfield 2 years ago.


Lexapro and Social Anxiety Disorder / PMDD?
I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it?I tried... Asked by Londa Engfer 2 years ago.

I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it? I tried Zoloft (which is FDA approved to treat SAD and PMDD), but 50mg didn't do much, and 100mg wouldnt let me sleep more than 2 hours a night for 2 weeks... I've done some research and have come across Paxil also. How well does it work for one with SAD or PMDD? Personal experiences only please. Answered by Martha Agoras 2 years ago.

I take Lexapro & Sinequan for depression & SAD. One seems to help the other, but it's not 100%. Paxil has horrible sexual side effects. If you're married or in a relationship, you probably don't want that. I didn't find that it helped at all. It's trial & error to find what combination works for you. www.freedomfromfear.org has alot of helpful information. good luck! Answered by Leisa Riquelme 2 years ago.

I am so happy, it was only a 35 minute drive ( 70 minutes total) but absolutely no sign of anxiety or panic i shopped till I dropped - brilliant! I will now go for the next stage DUAL CARRIAGE way, probably at the weekend, with my husband accompanying me first then the solo drive, if successful the final stage of driving on motorway Beat Anxiety And Panic Attacks Naturally? Answered by Elin Homchick 2 years ago.


Can someone please tell me the difference between sinequan and seroquel?
I ran out of my Sinequan to go to sleep till tommorw but a friend gave me seroquel . She said that helps her sleep but i don't feel nothing yet...Whats the difference between the to will it help me sleep???? Asked by Hedy Meno 2 years ago.

Sinequan is an antidepressant, whilst Seroquel is an antipsychotic. DO NOT take somebody else's medication. Answered by Jospeh Mellecker 2 years ago.

I've actually taken both of those medications in the past. I'm currently taking 250 mg of sinequan... Really, I don't recommend taking your friends medicines, but it sounds like you already have. It depends on how much Seroquel you took... I was on 600 mg at night and it used to definitely help me to fall asleep. It should kick in within 2 hours or so at the most... but again, it would depend on how much you took.. and, I must add, each person is different in how much you need for it to effect you. I don't know the exact differences in the two, but a little over a month ago I switched from seroquel to sinequan... Hope you are able to get to sleep tonight! Answered by Trula Spancake 2 years ago.

Sinaquan is a tri-cyclic anti-depressant. Seroquel is an atypical anti-psychotic. They are not substitutes for eachother! Seroquel may put you to sleep but is it really worth putting such a serious drug in your brain just to sleep? Call your Psychiatrist and get a refill! Answered by Klara Bishoff 2 years ago.

im a caregiver and we give seroquel to our patients that are schizophrenic..:) Answered by Elba Wagar 2 years ago.


Have you used Sinequan for anxiety?
I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't... Asked by Lonny Dydo 2 years ago.

I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't want to start taking something that will cause me to have worse insomnia. Have you used it? If so, did you have insomnia before taking it? Did it help? Answered by Forrest Cheatum 2 years ago.

No, we live in the twentieth century and Sinequan is from the 1900's. Answered by Aleshia Jedik 2 years ago.

yes, make sure you are planning on being in bad at least 8 hours Answered by Jeana Amico 2 years ago.

No, I use absinthe for my depression. Answered by Pearlene Coppola 2 years ago.


Has anyone heard of Sinequan?
if so did it help? Asked by Mckinley Kasky 2 years ago.

It is a tricyclic antidepressant and is used to treat many things from sleep problems, to anxiety, to depression. The site below has more information on it. Answered by Christi Pujol 2 years ago.

Yes, it's an anti depressant. I take it in the generic form Doxepin. I've been taking it for 10 years. I have a sleep problem so it puts me to sleep at night and keeps me asleep all night. I also suffer form depression. Google Sinequan or doxepin there is a lot of info out there. Answered by Kenisha Olliff 2 years ago.

give more info about yourself, what are your questions Answered by Criselda Constine 2 years ago.


Regarding mood how was your experience on Doxepin AKA (Adapine, Deptran, Sinquan and Sinequan)?
I like the idea of a happy pill and was wondering if i can expect Doxepin to send me to happyland? How did it work for you any significant annoying side effects? Did it wear off? Did your tolerance grow? Thanks in advance for the info much love? P.S. i dont want a lecture or life lesson please Asked by Leonora Cates 2 years ago.

Doxepin will definitely take you to another place... The side effect that seemed most annoying to me was drowsiness the next day, like trying to walk through a cloud or feeling like you are talking through cement. Other side effects that I found bothersome were intense dry mouth and increased appetite. I mean, I got really hungry and thirsty. It's not bad for a quick high, but I'd just as soon take valium or xanax, the side effects aren't anywhere near as annoying. Answered by Mackenzie Shurr 2 years ago.


Does anyone out there take Sinequan(doxepin) or Symbax and what effects have you experienced?
Asked by Paz Gowda 2 years ago.

if you would like I can send you the nurses guide information on this drug with the possible interactions and side affects but let me give you the highlights nausea , vomiting , anorexia , constipation , urine retention , skin rashes , photo sensitivity of your skin , seizures , hallucinations.....ect would you like the whole list ? I hope that whatever they are prescribing this for is serious god knows where I would put this stuff and the words used would be doc would you like to bend over for a minute if as I suspect you are getting this for depression try dealing with your problems instead of running away with drugs confusing yourself won't help Answered by Eduardo Clairday 2 years ago.

I took doxepin for awhile and found out i was allergic to it. They said that dry mouth was a side effect but then i started losing feeling and taste in my mouth, then i went through a period of rage for a couple days before i even noticed what was happening, i finally noticed a problem when my family told me i was getting out of control and then later i looked in my mouth and saw blisters that i couldnt feel and didnt even realize they were forming there. so please be careful with this medication it can do some crazy things to you if you happen to be allergic to it. Answered by Henry Meisinger 2 years ago.


Let's talk Paxil, the pros and cons, also does anyone currently take Doxepin(Sinequan) ?
Asked by Rosaline Berlin 2 years ago.

paxil, I foundmade me gain weight and didn't cut the anxiety, also lack of libido. It did help with the negative thoughts and suicidal ideation. i am now on effexor xr and have better luck with weight control and usually with anxiety but lately ???? The libido is somewhat better but not normal, not that it is with anxiety and depression either? Answered by Chauncey Vanschaick 2 years ago.

execs : - the undeniably stunning feeling you may get with it slushing around your inner maximum bits - foodstuff is an exceptionally good thermal insulator so could save you warmth for the duration of the iciness months - you would be the existence of any social gathering in a ravenous detrimental united states - animals will chase you and devour your clothing (this must be the no. a million 'person' delusion of all time hasn't it? Or is it in basic terms me...) - a clean trend every day! - beginning a foodstuff combat could be some plenty much less annoying, additionally the uncomplicated get admission to to ammunition could recommend you have been assured to win - all your grocery and foodstuff standards ought to be recent on your nearest food market - how handy! Cons: - in case you by twist of destiny wandered right into a collection of obese dieters you need to mistakenly be considered as a sacrifice and be eaten. - thats all I have been given for cons... Answered by Bee Borreggine 2 years ago.

I took Paxil for a while. Sexual side effects. Don't want to go into too much, but serious. Answered by Luise Metherell 2 years ago.

I was on Paxill and will never get on it again......not because of sexual (there lack of) side effect but when getting off of it . I thought I was dying I had panic attacks every day..... and it takes a couple of months to get off of one drug and on another so I HATED IT Answered by Von Schnathorst 2 years ago.

i took paxil and it made me mad! whatever i did iwas mad!dont do it!try something else! Answered by Jacquiline Khalife 2 years ago.


Should sinequan (doxepin) be taken on a full or empty stomach?
does it matter? Asked by Towanda Tocco 2 years ago.

I have to be very careful taking certain meds on an empty stomach and was told it was fine. I take mine only at bedtime if that makes a difference. If I were you I would call the pharmacy that the doxepin came from or ANY pharmacy as far as that goes. Answered by Robbi Nance 2 years ago.


Lexapro and Social Anxiety Disorder / PMDD?
I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it?I tried... Asked by Tamar Enrriquez 2 years ago.

I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it? I tried Zoloft (which is FDA approved to treat SAD and PMDD), but 50mg didn't do much, and 100mg wouldnt let me sleep more than 2 hours a night for 2 weeks... I've done some research and have come across Paxil also. How well does it work for one with SAD or PMDD? Personal experiences only please. Answered by Keshia Farid 2 years ago.

I take Lexapro & Sinequan for depression & SAD. One seems to help the other, but it's not 100%. Paxil has horrible sexual side effects. If you're married or in a relationship, you probably don't want that. I didn't find that it helped at all. It's trial & error to find what combination works for you. www.freedomfromfear.org has alot of helpful information. good luck! Answered by Brain Arisa 2 years ago.

I am so happy, it was only a 35 minute drive ( 70 minutes total) but absolutely no sign of anxiety or panic i shopped till I dropped - brilliant! I will now go for the next stage DUAL CARRIAGE way, probably at the weekend, with my husband accompanying me first then the solo drive, if successful the final stage of driving on motorway Beat Anxiety And Panic Attacks Naturally? Answered by Son Council 2 years ago.


Can someone please tell me the difference between sinequan and seroquel?
I ran out of my Sinequan to go to sleep till tommorw but a friend gave me seroquel . She said that helps her sleep but i don't feel nothing yet...Whats the difference between the to will it help me sleep???? Asked by Maida Fellenz 2 years ago.

Sinequan is an antidepressant, whilst Seroquel is an antipsychotic. DO NOT take somebody else's medication. Answered by Lyndsay Dumez 2 years ago.

I've actually taken both of those medications in the past. I'm currently taking 250 mg of sinequan... Really, I don't recommend taking your friends medicines, but it sounds like you already have. It depends on how much Seroquel you took... I was on 600 mg at night and it used to definitely help me to fall asleep. It should kick in within 2 hours or so at the most... but again, it would depend on how much you took.. and, I must add, each person is different in how much you need for it to effect you. I don't know the exact differences in the two, but a little over a month ago I switched from seroquel to sinequan... Hope you are able to get to sleep tonight! Answered by Marg Barrell 2 years ago.

Sinaquan is a tri-cyclic anti-depressant. Seroquel is an atypical anti-psychotic. They are not substitutes for eachother! Seroquel may put you to sleep but is it really worth putting such a serious drug in your brain just to sleep? Call your Psychiatrist and get a refill! Answered by Julianne Solymani 2 years ago.

im a caregiver and we give seroquel to our patients that are schizophrenic..:) Answered by Jordan Sahl 2 years ago.


Have you used Sinequan for anxiety?
I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't... Asked by Fermin Shove 2 years ago.

I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't want to start taking something that will cause me to have worse insomnia. Have you used it? If so, did you have insomnia before taking it? Did it help? Answered by Gwenn Heimann 2 years ago.

No, we live in the twentieth century and Sinequan is from the 1900's. Answered by Joleen Ehleiter 2 years ago.

yes, make sure you are planning on being in bad at least 8 hours Answered by Karan Chajon 2 years ago.

No, I use absinthe for my depression. Answered by Lucina Schacher 2 years ago.


Has anyone heard of Sinequan?
if so did it help? Asked by Kerstin Zanetti 2 years ago.

It is a tricyclic antidepressant and is used to treat many things from sleep problems, to anxiety, to depression. The site below has more information on it. Answered by Scotty Jackley 2 years ago.

Yes, it's an anti depressant. I take it in the generic form Doxepin. I've been taking it for 10 years. I have a sleep problem so it puts me to sleep at night and keeps me asleep all night. I also suffer form depression. Google Sinequan or doxepin there is a lot of info out there. Answered by Rory Beamesderfer 2 years ago.

give more info about yourself, what are your questions Answered by Shanda Livecchi 2 years ago.


Regarding mood how was your experience on Doxepin AKA (Adapine, Deptran, Sinquan and Sinequan)?
I like the idea of a happy pill and was wondering if i can expect Doxepin to send me to happyland? How did it work for you any significant annoying side effects? Did it wear off? Did your tolerance grow? Thanks in advance for the info much love? P.S. i dont want a lecture or life lesson please Asked by Tom Wirfs 2 years ago.

Doxepin will definitely take you to another place... The side effect that seemed most annoying to me was drowsiness the next day, like trying to walk through a cloud or feeling like you are talking through cement. Other side effects that I found bothersome were intense dry mouth and increased appetite. I mean, I got really hungry and thirsty. It's not bad for a quick high, but I'd just as soon take valium or xanax, the side effects aren't anywhere near as annoying. Answered by Bart Mira 2 years ago.


Does anyone out there take Sinequan(doxepin) or Symbax and what effects have you experienced?
Asked by Cody Leitheiser 2 years ago.

if you would like I can send you the nurses guide information on this drug with the possible interactions and side affects but let me give you the highlights nausea , vomiting , anorexia , constipation , urine retention , skin rashes , photo sensitivity of your skin , seizures , hallucinations.....ect would you like the whole list ? I hope that whatever they are prescribing this for is serious god knows where I would put this stuff and the words used would be doc would you like to bend over for a minute if as I suspect you are getting this for depression try dealing with your problems instead of running away with drugs confusing yourself won't help Answered by Rosalee Jelinski 2 years ago.

I took doxepin for awhile and found out i was allergic to it. They said that dry mouth was a side effect but then i started losing feeling and taste in my mouth, then i went through a period of rage for a couple days before i even noticed what was happening, i finally noticed a problem when my family told me i was getting out of control and then later i looked in my mouth and saw blisters that i couldnt feel and didnt even realize they were forming there. so please be careful with this medication it can do some crazy things to you if you happen to be allergic to it. Answered by Sherilyn Tuckett 2 years ago.


Let's talk Paxil, the pros and cons, also does anyone currently take Doxepin(Sinequan) ?
Asked by Beverley Tevebaugh 2 years ago.

paxil, I foundmade me gain weight and didn't cut the anxiety, also lack of libido. It did help with the negative thoughts and suicidal ideation. i am now on effexor xr and have better luck with weight control and usually with anxiety but lately ???? The libido is somewhat better but not normal, not that it is with anxiety and depression either? Answered by Harrison Slota 2 years ago.

execs : - the undeniably stunning feeling you may get with it slushing around your inner maximum bits - foodstuff is an exceptionally good thermal insulator so could save you warmth for the duration of the iciness months - you would be the existence of any social gathering in a ravenous detrimental united states - animals will chase you and devour your clothing (this must be the no. a million 'person' delusion of all time hasn't it? Or is it in basic terms me...) - a clean trend every day! - beginning a foodstuff combat could be some plenty much less annoying, additionally the uncomplicated get admission to to ammunition could recommend you have been assured to win - all your grocery and foodstuff standards ought to be recent on your nearest food market - how handy! Cons: - in case you by twist of destiny wandered right into a collection of obese dieters you need to mistakenly be considered as a sacrifice and be eaten. - thats all I have been given for cons... Answered by Iraida Ostertag 2 years ago.

I took Paxil for a while. Sexual side effects. Don't want to go into too much, but serious. Answered by Mercy Klancnik 2 years ago.

I was on Paxill and will never get on it again......not because of sexual (there lack of) side effect but when getting off of it . I thought I was dying I had panic attacks every day..... and it takes a couple of months to get off of one drug and on another so I HATED IT Answered by Zada Freudenthal 2 years ago.

i took paxil and it made me mad! whatever i did iwas mad!dont do it!try something else! Answered by Cherie Shalash 2 years ago.


Should sinequan (doxepin) be taken on a full or empty stomach?
does it matter? Asked by Terry Moreles 2 years ago.

I have to be very careful taking certain meds on an empty stomach and was told it was fine. I take mine only at bedtime if that makes a difference. If I were you I would call the pharmacy that the doxepin came from or ANY pharmacy as far as that goes. Answered by Evon Shinoda 2 years ago.


Lexapro and Social Anxiety Disorder / PMDD?
I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it?I tried... Asked by Dagny Jablon 2 years ago.

I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it? I tried Zoloft (which is FDA approved to treat SAD and PMDD), but 50mg didn't do much, and 100mg wouldnt let me sleep more than 2 hours a night for 2 weeks... I've done some research and have come across Paxil also. How well does it work for one with SAD or PMDD? Personal experiences only please. Answered by Raylene Kosier 2 years ago.

I take Lexapro & Sinequan for depression & SAD. One seems to help the other, but it's not 100%. Paxil has horrible sexual side effects. If you're married or in a relationship, you probably don't want that. I didn't find that it helped at all. It's trial & error to find what combination works for you. www.freedomfromfear.org has alot of helpful information. good luck! Answered by Reva Olinghouse 2 years ago.

I am so happy, it was only a 35 minute drive ( 70 minutes total) but absolutely no sign of anxiety or panic i shopped till I dropped - brilliant! I will now go for the next stage DUAL CARRIAGE way, probably at the weekend, with my husband accompanying me first then the solo drive, if successful the final stage of driving on motorway Beat Anxiety And Panic Attacks Naturally? Answered by Lita Arrieta 2 years ago.


Can someone please tell me the difference between sinequan and seroquel?
I ran out of my Sinequan to go to sleep till tommorw but a friend gave me seroquel . She said that helps her sleep but i don't feel nothing yet...Whats the difference between the to will it help me sleep???? Asked by Mendy Gorey 2 years ago.

Sinequan is an antidepressant, whilst Seroquel is an antipsychotic. DO NOT take somebody else's medication. Answered by Wilford Eagin 2 years ago.

I've actually taken both of those medications in the past. I'm currently taking 250 mg of sinequan... Really, I don't recommend taking your friends medicines, but it sounds like you already have. It depends on how much Seroquel you took... I was on 600 mg at night and it used to definitely help me to fall asleep. It should kick in within 2 hours or so at the most... but again, it would depend on how much you took.. and, I must add, each person is different in how much you need for it to effect you. I don't know the exact differences in the two, but a little over a month ago I switched from seroquel to sinequan... Hope you are able to get to sleep tonight! Answered by Lucia Gragson 2 years ago.

Sinaquan is a tri-cyclic anti-depressant. Seroquel is an atypical anti-psychotic. They are not substitutes for eachother! Seroquel may put you to sleep but is it really worth putting such a serious drug in your brain just to sleep? Call your Psychiatrist and get a refill! Answered by Saul Okuniewski 2 years ago.

im a caregiver and we give seroquel to our patients that are schizophrenic..:) Answered by Amber Mathewes 2 years ago.


Have you used Sinequan for anxiety?
I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't... Asked by Rick Lagerquist 2 years ago.

I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't want to start taking something that will cause me to have worse insomnia. Have you used it? If so, did you have insomnia before taking it? Did it help? Answered by Deirdre Burtch 2 years ago.

No, we live in the twentieth century and Sinequan is from the 1900's. Answered by Emil Polski 2 years ago.

yes, make sure you are planning on being in bad at least 8 hours Answered by Corrinne Tory 2 years ago.

No, I use absinthe for my depression. Answered by Phuong Cazares 2 years ago.


Has anyone heard of Sinequan?
if so did it help? Asked by Cheri Varty 2 years ago.

It is a tricyclic antidepressant and is used to treat many things from sleep problems, to anxiety, to depression. The site below has more information on it. Answered by Candance Kobylarz 2 years ago.

Yes, it's an anti depressant. I take it in the generic form Doxepin. I've been taking it for 10 years. I have a sleep problem so it puts me to sleep at night and keeps me asleep all night. I also suffer form depression. Google Sinequan or doxepin there is a lot of info out there. Answered by Edmond Berri 2 years ago.

give more info about yourself, what are your questions Answered by Etha Tintinger 2 years ago.


Regarding mood how was your experience on Doxepin AKA (Adapine, Deptran, Sinquan and Sinequan)?
I like the idea of a happy pill and was wondering if i can expect Doxepin to send me to happyland? How did it work for you any significant annoying side effects? Did it wear off? Did your tolerance grow? Thanks in advance for the info much love? P.S. i dont want a lecture or life lesson please Asked by Lizzie Sinkey 2 years ago.

Doxepin will definitely take you to another place... The side effect that seemed most annoying to me was drowsiness the next day, like trying to walk through a cloud or feeling like you are talking through cement. Other side effects that I found bothersome were intense dry mouth and increased appetite. I mean, I got really hungry and thirsty. It's not bad for a quick high, but I'd just as soon take valium or xanax, the side effects aren't anywhere near as annoying. Answered by Margeret Mike 2 years ago.


Does anyone out there take Sinequan(doxepin) or Symbax and what effects have you experienced?
Asked by Tamara Bennison 2 years ago.

if you would like I can send you the nurses guide information on this drug with the possible interactions and side affects but let me give you the highlights nausea , vomiting , anorexia , constipation , urine retention , skin rashes , photo sensitivity of your skin , seizures , hallucinations.....ect would you like the whole list ? I hope that whatever they are prescribing this for is serious god knows where I would put this stuff and the words used would be doc would you like to bend over for a minute if as I suspect you are getting this for depression try dealing with your problems instead of running away with drugs confusing yourself won't help Answered by Cory Buckett 2 years ago.

I took doxepin for awhile and found out i was allergic to it. They said that dry mouth was a side effect but then i started losing feeling and taste in my mouth, then i went through a period of rage for a couple days before i even noticed what was happening, i finally noticed a problem when my family told me i was getting out of control and then later i looked in my mouth and saw blisters that i couldnt feel and didnt even realize they were forming there. so please be careful with this medication it can do some crazy things to you if you happen to be allergic to it. Answered by Scarlett Fyksen 2 years ago.


Let's talk Paxil, the pros and cons, also does anyone currently take Doxepin(Sinequan) ?
Asked by Elmer Giorno 2 years ago.

paxil, I foundmade me gain weight and didn't cut the anxiety, also lack of libido. It did help with the negative thoughts and suicidal ideation. i am now on effexor xr and have better luck with weight control and usually with anxiety but lately ???? The libido is somewhat better but not normal, not that it is with anxiety and depression either? Answered by Arlean Starcevich 2 years ago.

execs : - the undeniably stunning feeling you may get with it slushing around your inner maximum bits - foodstuff is an exceptionally good thermal insulator so could save you warmth for the duration of the iciness months - you would be the existence of any social gathering in a ravenous detrimental united states - animals will chase you and devour your clothing (this must be the no. a million 'person' delusion of all time hasn't it? Or is it in basic terms me...) - a clean trend every day! - beginning a foodstuff combat could be some plenty much less annoying, additionally the uncomplicated get admission to to ammunition could recommend you have been assured to win - all your grocery and foodstuff standards ought to be recent on your nearest food market - how handy! Cons: - in case you by twist of destiny wandered right into a collection of obese dieters you need to mistakenly be considered as a sacrifice and be eaten. - thats all I have been given for cons... Answered by Felton Winn 2 years ago.

I took Paxil for a while. Sexual side effects. Don't want to go into too much, but serious. Answered by Savanna Dougal 2 years ago.

I was on Paxill and will never get on it again......not because of sexual (there lack of) side effect but when getting off of it . I thought I was dying I had panic attacks every day..... and it takes a couple of months to get off of one drug and on another so I HATED IT Answered by Milton Lunz 2 years ago.

i took paxil and it made me mad! whatever i did iwas mad!dont do it!try something else! Answered by Daine Pittsenbarger 2 years ago.


Should sinequan (doxepin) be taken on a full or empty stomach?
does it matter? Asked by Dustin Brei 2 years ago.

I have to be very careful taking certain meds on an empty stomach and was told it was fine. I take mine only at bedtime if that makes a difference. If I were you I would call the pharmacy that the doxepin came from or ANY pharmacy as far as that goes. Answered by Nathalie Tuck 2 years ago.


Lexapro and Social Anxiety Disorder / PMDD?
I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it?I tried... Asked by Rod Degrazio 2 years ago.

I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it? I tried Zoloft (which is FDA approved to treat SAD and PMDD), but 50mg didn't do much, and 100mg wouldnt let me sleep more than 2 hours a night for 2 weeks... I've done some research and have come across Paxil also. How well does it work for one with SAD or PMDD? Personal experiences only please. Answered by Kisha Verdiguel 2 years ago.

I take Lexapro & Sinequan for depression & SAD. One seems to help the other, but it's not 100%. Paxil has horrible sexual side effects. If you're married or in a relationship, you probably don't want that. I didn't find that it helped at all. It's trial & error to find what combination works for you. www.freedomfromfear.org has alot of helpful information. good luck! Answered by Michal Skousen 2 years ago.

I am so happy, it was only a 35 minute drive ( 70 minutes total) but absolutely no sign of anxiety or panic i shopped till I dropped - brilliant! I will now go for the next stage DUAL CARRIAGE way, probably at the weekend, with my husband accompanying me first then the solo drive, if successful the final stage of driving on motorway Beat Anxiety And Panic Attacks Naturally? Answered by Yi Tetter 2 years ago.


Can someone please tell me the difference between sinequan and seroquel?
I ran out of my Sinequan to go to sleep till tommorw but a friend gave me seroquel . She said that helps her sleep but i don't feel nothing yet...Whats the difference between the to will it help me sleep???? Asked by Velva Pfahlert 2 years ago.

Sinequan is an antidepressant, whilst Seroquel is an antipsychotic. DO NOT take somebody else's medication. Answered by Maximina Valenzuela 2 years ago.

I've actually taken both of those medications in the past. I'm currently taking 250 mg of sinequan... Really, I don't recommend taking your friends medicines, but it sounds like you already have. It depends on how much Seroquel you took... I was on 600 mg at night and it used to definitely help me to fall asleep. It should kick in within 2 hours or so at the most... but again, it would depend on how much you took.. and, I must add, each person is different in how much you need for it to effect you. I don't know the exact differences in the two, but a little over a month ago I switched from seroquel to sinequan... Hope you are able to get to sleep tonight! Answered by Shanda Decomo 2 years ago.

Sinaquan is a tri-cyclic anti-depressant. Seroquel is an atypical anti-psychotic. They are not substitutes for eachother! Seroquel may put you to sleep but is it really worth putting such a serious drug in your brain just to sleep? Call your Psychiatrist and get a refill! Answered by Malcolm Turcotte 2 years ago.

im a caregiver and we give seroquel to our patients that are schizophrenic..:) Answered by Delmer Connley 2 years ago.


Have you used Sinequan for anxiety?
I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't... Asked by Casey Newbrough 2 years ago.

I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't want to start taking something that will cause me to have worse insomnia. Have you used it? If so, did you have insomnia before taking it? Did it help? Answered by Yevette Hankerson 2 years ago.

No, we live in the twentieth century and Sinequan is from the 1900's. Answered by Bertram Gulyas 2 years ago.

yes, make sure you are planning on being in bad at least 8 hours Answered by Angelo Chang 2 years ago.

No, I use absinthe for my depression. Answered by Wanda Devick 2 years ago.


Has anyone heard of Sinequan?
if so did it help? Asked by Marya Yeaman 2 years ago.

It is a tricyclic antidepressant and is used to treat many things from sleep problems, to anxiety, to depression. The site below has more information on it. Answered by Sharmaine Frease 2 years ago.

Yes, it's an anti depressant. I take it in the generic form Doxepin. I've been taking it for 10 years. I have a sleep problem so it puts me to sleep at night and keeps me asleep all night. I also suffer form depression. Google Sinequan or doxepin there is a lot of info out there. Answered by Dorthy Cardosi 2 years ago.

give more info about yourself, what are your questions Answered by Zena Rook 2 years ago.


Regarding mood how was your experience on Doxepin AKA (Adapine, Deptran, Sinquan and Sinequan)?
I like the idea of a happy pill and was wondering if i can expect Doxepin to send me to happyland? How did it work for you any significant annoying side effects? Did it wear off? Did your tolerance grow? Thanks in advance for the info much love? P.S. i dont want a lecture or life lesson please Asked by Brook Vanderlinden 2 years ago.

Doxepin will definitely take you to another place... The side effect that seemed most annoying to me was drowsiness the next day, like trying to walk through a cloud or feeling like you are talking through cement. Other side effects that I found bothersome were intense dry mouth and increased appetite. I mean, I got really hungry and thirsty. It's not bad for a quick high, but I'd just as soon take valium or xanax, the side effects aren't anywhere near as annoying. Answered by Jamal Vicueroa 2 years ago.


Does anyone out there take Sinequan(doxepin) or Symbax and what effects have you experienced?
Asked by Mitchell Ascencio 2 years ago.

if you would like I can send you the nurses guide information on this drug with the possible interactions and side affects but let me give you the highlights nausea , vomiting , anorexia , constipation , urine retention , skin rashes , photo sensitivity of your skin , seizures , hallucinations.....ect would you like the whole list ? I hope that whatever they are prescribing this for is serious god knows where I would put this stuff and the words used would be doc would you like to bend over for a minute if as I suspect you are getting this for depression try dealing with your problems instead of running away with drugs confusing yourself won't help Answered by Maris Ameigh 2 years ago.

I took doxepin for awhile and found out i was allergic to it. They said that dry mouth was a side effect but then i started losing feeling and taste in my mouth, then i went through a period of rage for a couple days before i even noticed what was happening, i finally noticed a problem when my family told me i was getting out of control and then later i looked in my mouth and saw blisters that i couldnt feel and didnt even realize they were forming there. so please be careful with this medication it can do some crazy things to you if you happen to be allergic to it. Answered by Armand Behling 2 years ago.


Let's talk Paxil, the pros and cons, also does anyone currently take Doxepin(Sinequan) ?
Asked by May Girton 2 years ago.

paxil, I foundmade me gain weight and didn't cut the anxiety, also lack of libido. It did help with the negative thoughts and suicidal ideation. i am now on effexor xr and have better luck with weight control and usually with anxiety but lately ???? The libido is somewhat better but not normal, not that it is with anxiety and depression either? Answered by Gregoria Clougher 2 years ago.

execs : - the undeniably stunning feeling you may get with it slushing around your inner maximum bits - foodstuff is an exceptionally good thermal insulator so could save you warmth for the duration of the iciness months - you would be the existence of any social gathering in a ravenous detrimental united states - animals will chase you and devour your clothing (this must be the no. a million 'person' delusion of all time hasn't it? Or is it in basic terms me...) - a clean trend every day! - beginning a foodstuff combat could be some plenty much less annoying, additionally the uncomplicated get admission to to ammunition could recommend you have been assured to win - all your grocery and foodstuff standards ought to be recent on your nearest food market - how handy! Cons: - in case you by twist of destiny wandered right into a collection of obese dieters you need to mistakenly be considered as a sacrifice and be eaten. - thats all I have been given for cons... Answered by Phillis Almerico 2 years ago.

I took Paxil for a while. Sexual side effects. Don't want to go into too much, but serious. Answered by Avril Esque 2 years ago.

I was on Paxill and will never get on it again......not because of sexual (there lack of) side effect but when getting off of it . I thought I was dying I had panic attacks every day..... and it takes a couple of months to get off of one drug and on another so I HATED IT Answered by Lucretia Eppich 2 years ago.

i took paxil and it made me mad! whatever i did iwas mad!dont do it!try something else! Answered by Angie Tyeryar 2 years ago.


Should sinequan (doxepin) be taken on a full or empty stomach?
does it matter? Asked by Marx Bockhorn 2 years ago.

I have to be very careful taking certain meds on an empty stomach and was told it was fine. I take mine only at bedtime if that makes a difference. If I were you I would call the pharmacy that the doxepin came from or ANY pharmacy as far as that goes. Answered by Wava Kannas 2 years ago.


Lexapro and Social Anxiety Disorder / PMDD?
I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it?I tried... Asked by Gisela Weiker 2 years ago.

I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it? I tried Zoloft (which is FDA approved to treat SAD and PMDD), but 50mg didn't do much, and 100mg wouldnt let me sleep more than 2 hours a night for 2 weeks... I've done some research and have come across Paxil also. How well does it work for one with SAD or PMDD? Personal experiences only please. Answered by Miss Cavaretta 2 years ago.

I take Lexapro & Sinequan for depression & SAD. One seems to help the other, but it's not 100%. Paxil has horrible sexual side effects. If you're married or in a relationship, you probably don't want that. I didn't find that it helped at all. It's trial & error to find what combination works for you. www.freedomfromfear.org has alot of helpful information. good luck! Answered by Sterling Sonza 2 years ago.

I am so happy, it was only a 35 minute drive ( 70 minutes total) but absolutely no sign of anxiety or panic i shopped till I dropped - brilliant! I will now go for the next stage DUAL CARRIAGE way, probably at the weekend, with my husband accompanying me first then the solo drive, if successful the final stage of driving on motorway Beat Anxiety And Panic Attacks Naturally? Answered by Erma Daris 2 years ago.


Can someone please tell me the difference between sinequan and seroquel?
I ran out of my Sinequan to go to sleep till tommorw but a friend gave me seroquel . She said that helps her sleep but i don't feel nothing yet...Whats the difference between the to will it help me sleep???? Asked by Hayden Halston 2 years ago.

Sinequan is an antidepressant, whilst Seroquel is an antipsychotic. DO NOT take somebody else's medication. Answered by Caron Sturtevant 2 years ago.

I've actually taken both of those medications in the past. I'm currently taking 250 mg of sinequan... Really, I don't recommend taking your friends medicines, but it sounds like you already have. It depends on how much Seroquel you took... I was on 600 mg at night and it used to definitely help me to fall asleep. It should kick in within 2 hours or so at the most... but again, it would depend on how much you took.. and, I must add, each person is different in how much you need for it to effect you. I don't know the exact differences in the two, but a little over a month ago I switched from seroquel to sinequan... Hope you are able to get to sleep tonight! Answered by Hosea Howeth 2 years ago.

Sinaquan is a tri-cyclic anti-depressant. Seroquel is an atypical anti-psychotic. They are not substitutes for eachother! Seroquel may put you to sleep but is it really worth putting such a serious drug in your brain just to sleep? Call your Psychiatrist and get a refill! Answered by Moriah Tangredi 2 years ago.

im a caregiver and we give seroquel to our patients that are schizophrenic..:) Answered by Antone Sterns 2 years ago.


Have you used Sinequan for anxiety?
I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't... Asked by Oneida Magoon 2 years ago.

I went to my doctor for insomnia; she prescribed Rozerem (which has done nothing for me), but she said she believes that I have anxiety syndrome and that I should take Sinequan. I wouldn't disagree with her prognosis because I have a bad family situation right now that is keeping me stressed, but I don't want to start taking something that will cause me to have worse insomnia. Have you used it? If so, did you have insomnia before taking it? Did it help? Answered by Rochell Loya 2 years ago.

No, we live in the twentieth century and Sinequan is from the 1900's. Answered by Josphine Ponto 2 years ago.

yes, make sure you are planning on being in bad at least 8 hours Answered by Jarred Bunt 2 years ago.

No, I use absinthe for my depression. Answered by Tien Schlag 2 years ago.


Has anyone heard of Sinequan?
if so did it help? Asked by Margart Shrout 2 years ago.

It is a tricyclic antidepressant and is used to treat many things from sleep problems, to anxiety, to depression. The site below has more information on it. Answered by Venetta Pember 2 years ago.

Yes, it's an anti depressant. I take it in the generic form Doxepin. I've been taking it for 10 years. I have a sleep problem so it puts me to sleep at night and keeps me asleep all night. I also suffer form depression. Google Sinequan or doxepin there is a lot of info out there. Answered by Marcy Besanson 2 years ago.

give more info about yourself, what are your questions Answered by Lilliam Russom 2 years ago.


Regarding mood how was your experience on Doxepin AKA (Adapine, Deptran, Sinquan and Sinequan)?
I like the idea of a happy pill and was wondering if i can expect Doxepin to send me to happyland? How did it work for you any significant annoying side effects? Did it wear off? Did your tolerance grow? Thanks in advance for the info much love? P.S. i dont want a lecture or life lesson please Asked by Ralph Yewell 2 years ago.

Doxepin will definitely take you to another place... The side effect that seemed most annoying to me was drowsiness the next day, like trying to walk through a cloud or feeling like you are talking through cement. Other side effects that I found bothersome were intense dry mouth and increased appetite. I mean, I got really hungry and thirsty. It's not bad for a quick high, but I'd just as soon take valium or xanax, the side effects aren't anywhere near as annoying. Answered by Meda Cumba 2 years ago.


Does anyone out there take Sinequan(doxepin) or Symbax and what effects have you experienced?
Asked by Maurine Schwantd 2 years ago.

if you would like I can send you the nurses guide information on this drug with the possible interactions and side affects but let me give you the highlights nausea , vomiting , anorexia , constipation , urine retention , skin rashes , photo sensitivity of your skin , seizures , hallucinations.....ect would you like the whole list ? I hope that whatever they are prescribing this for is serious god knows where I would put this stuff and the words used would be doc would you like to bend over for a minute if as I suspect you are getting this for depression try dealing with your problems instead of running away with drugs confusing yourself won't help Answered by Lue Kem 2 years ago.

I took doxepin for awhile and found out i was allergic to it. They said that dry mouth was a side effect but then i started losing feeling and taste in my mouth, then i went through a period of rage for a couple days before i even noticed what was happening, i finally noticed a problem when my family told me i was getting out of control and then later i looked in my mouth and saw blisters that i couldnt feel and didnt even realize they were forming there. so please be careful with this medication it can do some crazy things to you if you happen to be allergic to it. Answered by Kirsten Swoffer 2 years ago.


Let's talk Paxil, the pros and cons, also does anyone currently take Doxepin(Sinequan) ?
Asked by Kermit Yori 2 years ago.

paxil, I foundmade me gain weight and didn't cut the anxiety, also lack of libido. It did help with the negative thoughts and suicidal ideation. i am now on effexor xr and have better luck with weight control and usually with anxiety but lately ???? The libido is somewhat better but not normal, not that it is with anxiety and depression either? Answered by Michal Lopiccalo 2 years ago.

execs : - the undeniably stunning feeling you may get with it slushing around your inner maximum bits - foodstuff is an exceptionally good thermal insulator so could save you warmth for the duration of the iciness months - you would be the existence of any social gathering in a ravenous detrimental united states - animals will chase you and devour your clothing (this must be the no. a million 'person' delusion of all time hasn't it? Or is it in basic terms me...) - a clean trend every day! - beginning a foodstuff combat could be some plenty much less annoying, additionally the uncomplicated get admission to to ammunition could recommend you have been assured to win - all your grocery and foodstuff standards ought to be recent on your nearest food market - how handy! Cons: - in case you by twist of destiny wandered right into a collection of obese dieters you need to mistakenly be considered as a sacrifice and be eaten. - thats all I have been given for cons... Answered by Hellen Kunkle 2 years ago.

I took Paxil for a while. Sexual side effects. Don't want to go into too much, but serious. Answered by Tyler Bubrig 2 years ago.

I was on Paxill and will never get on it again......not because of sexual (there lack of) side effect but when getting off of it . I thought I was dying I had panic attacks every day..... and it takes a couple of months to get off of one drug and on another so I HATED IT Answered by Timmy Pfaff 2 years ago.

i took paxil and it made me mad! whatever i did iwas mad!dont do it!try something else! Answered by Richard Gemberling 2 years ago.


Should sinequan (doxepin) be taken on a full or empty stomach?
does it matter? Asked by Deirdre Guelpa 2 years ago.

I have to be very careful taking certain meds on an empty stomach and was told it was fine. I take mine only at bedtime if that makes a difference. If I were you I would call the pharmacy that the doxepin came from or ANY pharmacy as far as that goes. Answered by Lowell Roegge 2 years ago.


Lexapro and Social Anxiety Disorder / PMDD?
I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it?I tried... Asked by Arianna Mcklveen 2 years ago.

I know Lexapro isn't FDA approved to treat SAD (social anxiety disorder) or PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder), but I've been recently prescribed this. Any SSRI would help wouldn't it? Has anyone tried Lexapro and has had their social phobia or PMDD symptoms relieved from it? I tried Zoloft (which is FDA approved to treat SAD and PMDD), but 50mg didn't do much, and 100mg wouldnt let me sleep more than 2 hours a night for 2 weeks... I've done some research and have come across Paxil also. How well does it work for one with SAD or PMDD? Personal experiences only please. Answered by Leigha Sumbry 2 years ago.

I take Lexapro & Sinequan for depression & SAD. One seems to help the other, but it's not 100%. Paxil has horrible sexual side effects. If you're married or in a relationship, you probably don't want that. I didn't find that it helped at all. It's trial & error to find what combination works for you. www.freedomfromfear.org has alot of helpful information. good luck! Answered by Albert Loggins 2 years ago.

I am so happy, it was only a 35 minute drive ( 70 minutes total) but absolutely no sign of anxiety or panic i shopped till I dropped - brilliant! I will now go for the next stage DUAL CARRIAGE way, probably at the weekend, with my husband accompanying me first then the solo drive, if successful the final stage of driving on motorway Beat Anxiety And Panic Attacks Naturally? Answered by Dwight Deighan 2 years ago.


Related

Browse by letter
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

© Medications.li 2015-2017 - All rights reserved