Ondansetron ssri

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) Paxil, Paroxetin (SSRI) alprazolam (anx.) Xanax, Niravam (benz.) citalopram (dep.) Celexa (SSRI) escitalopram (anx. dep) Lexapro (SSRI) sertraline (dep.) Zoloft, Lustral (SSRI) mirtazapine (dep.) Remeron (NaSSA) (contains aspartame) bupropion (dep.) Wellbutrin, Zyban Nausea - nausea on chemo ondansetron Zofran Pain - pain killer oxycodonhydrochloride Ocycontin !!! tramadol !!!!!!! Ultram ER, Tramadol !!!
THAT combo worked for a couple of weeks and we really thought we had the answer, but then he had a really bad experience with overwhelming anxiety one night and he had to try something else ( the ssri ). He didn't want to take the ssri but it seems to be the only thing that helps. Wish there was a serotonin supplement! We are hoping things calm down after the incivek - 4 more weeks! The incivek is really working for him; it just demands its "pound of flesh!
May I ask how you get the Ondansetron covered by insurance? (or maybe it isn't?) I have a script for it and have pretty good perscription coverage and its been denied because I don't have nausea related to cancer or surgery. My denial stated an anticholergenic as the alternative which I am not supposed to take unless it is an emergency. At Mayo the generic was only 14.99 so I paid it then they increased the price to $50something, here it is over $100 and I can't afford it.
Dilantin (phenytoin), Zofran (ondansetron) Moderate Drug Interaction MONITOR: Concomitant use of CYP450 3A4 inducers with ondansetron may result in a reduced antiemetic effect, particularly after the oral administration of ondansetron. The proposed mechanism is induction of the CYP450 3A4 mediated metabolism of ondansetron. The clinical significance is unknown. MANAGEMENT: Patients should be monitored for reduced antiemetic effects and the ondansetron dose adjusted as necessary.
• Other anecdotal treatments include vitamin E, levodopa, benzodiazepines, botulinum toxin, reserpine, tetrabenazine, and dopamine-depleting agents. Ondansetron, a selective 5-hydroxytryptamine-3 antagonist, has helped some individuals with TD. Discontinuation of treatment with anticholinergics may relieve TD. A controversial strategy to treat TD is continuing and/or increasing the dose of the dopamine antagonist.
I am trying low dose SSrI and want to give that some time but it has been three weeks and no great changes. Also taking klonopin which I don't really like. Big issue is florinef vs Beta. Also, it is five months of this....had CfS for years but would have some variation in how I felt. I feel awful each and every day. Any ideas on how long this acute phase will go on??
Other antiemetics that may be tried include domperidone (not available in the US), and ondansetron. Antiemetics, however, have significant long-term side effects, and I rather would favor conservative measures such as manipulating the timing of medication, taking it with food, etc. Also, there might be efficacious alternatives to selegiline. I guess that you are aware that it might be dangerous to combine selegiline with SSRI antidepressants such as Prozac, Zoloft and Paxil.
1 mg 1x daily Klor-Con M20 2x daily (for hypokalemia) Ondansetron 4 mg every 8 hours (i.e. 3 times daily) If you want to know what I take for these dysauto-related issues, let me know and I can add those: -migraine -non-migraine headaches/other pain -GERD -IBS-C -prevention of menstrual cycle I am also waiting on insurance approval to get a central line (mediport) implanted to begin regular home IV normal saline treatments.
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