Brintillex (trintillex)

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Stellar720 Says:
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I have been on Trintillex for several years now. I do not have any side effects. I did have headaches and dry mouth in the first several months. This medication changed my life for the better, I am me again. I recently became quite sick with what I'm hoping is a cold. I did have to start an antibiotic/antifungal medication today with a cyst that ruptured. My question is, what can I take to help my cold, itchy dry eyes, itchy throat, dry cough, sneezing and itchy/painful ear?



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David Says:

Hi Stellar,

Sorry to hear about the symptoms you're experiencing.

Interestingly enough, NIH.gov lists "itching" as a side effect of Vortioxetine (the active ingredient in Brintillex/Trintillex).

It doesn't specifically say where the itching could occur, but that may be something to keep in mind if no other underlying cause is found.

Have you tried any of the usual natural remedies such as raw (manuka) honey & tea, oregano oil, colloidal silver, melaleuca oil, kratom, etc? I had a similar set of symptoms not too long ago and had notable success using the aforementioned treatments... I didn't have access to a pharmaceutical antibiotic at the time, but felt confident with these options.

Hope you get around to feeling better soon!

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