Is Mirtazapine A Narcotic Drug

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Is Mirtazapine a narcotic drug?
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I've been prescribed for insomnia but it makes me feel happy and ready to move. ## Hello, Mary! How are you? No, it is not. The FDA classifies it as an antidepressant that is used to treat major depressive disorder. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I was wondering if Mirtazapine is considered a narcotic? I have been prescribed a 30 mg dose and would like to know if lab work would show any narcotics in my system if I start taking it? I haven't been able to sleep. ## Sally please see Verwon's message. This drug is NOT a narcotic (opioid). It is an antidepressant, mostly used to treat depression, but can also be prescribed for anxiety and insomnia. ...
Updated 17 days ago in Mirtazapine.
Thu, Oct 05 '17, 9:10 PM
Drug Mirtazapine
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Is Mirtazapine Narcotic or Phsycotropic Drug ? ## Mirtazapine is actually a tetracyclic antidepressant, so it is unrelated to narcotics. Side effects can include: nausea, dizziness, sedation and blurred vision. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Wed, Jul 13 '11, 11:22 AM
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SMALL GREEN ROUND PILL WITH AN A ON TOP AND 214 ON THE BOTTOM ## Pill Image THIS IS NOT MIRTAZAPINE!!! This is a narcotic pain reliever, Oxycodone 15mgs, Instant Release, a generic for Oxyfast. Mirtazapine is an antidepressant, so not even related to this. ## Verwon correct as usual. This is 15mg IR Oxycodone HCl made by Actavis. The A215 blue pill of same size and design is 30mg. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Sun, Aug 04 '13, 7:26 AM
anger caused by mirtazapine
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I had previously worked as a police officer for just short of 3 decades, and the last 15 years of that was as an undercover narcotics investigator. I had not slept more than 4 hours in the last 20 years . I absolutely knew something was very wrong with my body, constantly exhausted, very negative attitude, and i had bad aches and pains, its just goes on and on. I retired and decided to sit down with a doctor and "lay it all out on the line, then let the chips fall where they may, no lies, nothing held back" I soon discovered something called a 96 hour commitment order,which i narrowly escaped by having to lie to keep from a locked down mental evaluation. my problems are manifested from 10 years of assisting in many dead body removals while assisting ems, picking up body parts fr... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Mirtazapine.
Tue, May 02 '17, 5:14 AM
peach oblong pill A 60
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I found a peach oval shaped pill with an A on one side and 6 0 on the other side. ## There is a split line in the middle and is oval in shape ## A peach tablet with A on one side 60 on the other and a line in between the 6 and the 0 what is it ## supposedly some military grade sleep med. ## Mirtazapine 30 mg... Used for sleep and depression, non narcotic. ## Is the marking possible A 06? With the 0 and 6 separated by a score line? If so, then it's actually a 20mg Citalopram tablet, a generic for Celexa, which is an SSRI antidepressant. It may cause some side effects, such as nausea, dry mouth, dizziness and weight changes. You can learn more Citalopram details here. ## Remron 30mg ## Nope its remron ...
Updated 2 years ago in Mirtazapine.
Wed, Jan 14 '15, 10:14 PM
pink/peach oblong oval pill
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I found a pill in a mis-labeled bottle that is pink/peach and oblong. One one side it has 0 a separator and a 9 (or a 6 if turned upside down). On the opposite side is a capital A. I found it in a bottle with a Suboxone and another pill similar to Suboxone so it could be in the same family. Any help us appreciated. ## No, this is not a narcotic of any type. This tablet contains 30mgs of Mirtazapine, a Tetracyclic antidepressant. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and weight gain. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Suboxone.
Thu, Nov 18 '10, 4:27 PM

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