Venlafaxine Is It A Narcotic

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venlafaxine is it a narcotic
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I would like to know as my doctor prescribed them to me and they made me feel like a zombie. ## Hello, Jessie! How are you? No, the U.S. FDA classifies it as an SNRI antidepressant and its typical side effects may possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and weight changes. What types of effects did you experience that made you feel that way? How long were you taking it? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Venlafaxine.
Thu, Apr 28 '16, 5:24 PM
venlafaxine hcl er 75mg
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I am regularly take atenelol 100mg one a day methimazole 5 mg three times a week ipramine hcl 50mg two at nite temazapan 30mg one at nite until two months ago I was also taking: Oxycodone 30mg two, four times a day Oxycontin 40mg one twice a day.. This is a long story. in May my Dr. gave me three scripts for the two narcotics. I left them at the drug store after having the May one filled. in June i went back to have the June one filled and they had no record of June or Julys script. Since I had just been robbed in March of just the two narcotics on the day i had them filled and had to call the police, file a report to get another script I was too embarrassed to ask the Dr. to redo them again. I went 6 weeks without the two. I have chronic back pain from surgery that went wrong and fibro... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Venlafaxine.
Thu, Aug 27 '15, 2:24 PM
venlafaxine hydrochloride 150 mg
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Mine says for pain and mood. In what way would this help pain? Or maybe I should rephrase what is in it to relieve pain? ## Hello, Suzette! How are you? It can help with some types of nerve pain, due to it's action in the brain. Many people have had good luck with these types of medications, which means they can avoid resorting to possibly habit forming narcotics. Thus, there's nothing else special in it, it's the Venlafaxine itself that can help. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Venlafaxine.
Tue, Mar 15 '16, 6:28 PM
need help identifying this pill!!
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round, light tan pill. on one side it has a 93 with a line that goes between the 9 and the 3. the other side has 7382 (or 7332)? want to make sure it isn't a narcotic!! Please help! ## Based on the description provided, I found your pill to be Venlafaxine hydrochloride (75 mg); with the marking 9|3 7382. Venlafaxine is a phenylethylamine antidepressant of the serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor class. It is prescribed for the treatment of major depression, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, OCD, and panic disorder in adults. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Venlafaxine.
Sat, Aug 22 '09, 7:10 PM
93over7386 orange capsule
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large orange capsule 93 on top of 7368 and then again 93 on top of 7368 on front of other capsule ## what is it used for, is it for it addicted. ## This capsule contains 150mgs of Extended Release Venlafaxine, the active ingredient in Effexor XR, this is an SRI antidepressant. There are some cases where these have been shown to help people with certain types of nerve pain, however, they are not addictive substances like narcotics. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, weight gain and headache. Read more: In the future, this imprint will probably change and the 93 will be replaced by the word TEVA, they have been slowly phasing out the current imprint. Are there any comments or questions? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Venlafaxine.
Mon, Dec 13 '10, 1:49 PM

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