My New Internist Is Against Continued Use Of Evoxac!

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Renee Says:

My new internist wants me to discontinue use of evoxac to control my very dry mouth/esophagus/etc. She says that it has a negative effect on my sympathetic nervous system. Could someone explain (in layman's terms) exactly how it could be detrimental, what specifically happens when it is, and how does it present (what will I notice happening to me)?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Renee! How are you?

I haven't been able to find anything on that, but your doctor may have received some new information that isn't available elsewhere, yet.

What has she suggested that you use instead?

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Renee Says:

She recommended nothing to take it's place. I did try to stop, but my mouth and esophagus were so dry, I couldn't continue without it. I guess I'll just have to ask her to explain it all to me, but she is not exactly a user-friendly type.

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