Cispin For Depression

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Ted Says:

What is Cispin?

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David Says:

Cispin is a common misspelling for the antidepressant called Zispin SolTab.

Active Ingredient: Mirtazapine

Method of Administration: Orodispersible (e.g. Tablet is placed in the mouth where it rapidly disperses in saliva so that it can be easily swallowed).

Indication: According to medlineplus.gov, Mirtazapine is a prescription antidepressant drug that works by increasing certain types of activity in the brain to maintain mental balance.

Controversy: Studies indicate that it may take up to several weeks or longer for you to feel the full benefit of Mirtazapine.

Hope this helps!

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Richard1506 Says:

In my experience, all treatments need to be tailored to each individual. It is almost useless to say "Try this, it worked for me!"
When I was first diagnosed with depression, I was given a drug which did not work, and I was hospitalised to change. This happened twice more, when I was given a drug which did work (Mitazipine), but eventually this was beginning to fail, so an anti-psychotic was added. Fortunately, this was fine, and I have been on this combination for about 20 years. I still get down periods, but they do not last too long. I wish you all the best.

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