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[QUOTE=lori j]Hi momofjd2b, welcome, you'll like it here. I wouldn't say that I'm hard to medicate, as I did well on the same AD for over 6 years, but since it quit working, I've been on 3 different ones now, trying to find the right one again.
I do know others that are on a cocktail of meds, sometimes it is the only way they work for some. Stick around, you'll find it helpful here.

Lori,

Just now finding your response. LOL. I am now on a "cocktail" of meds. It's come down to that. Wellbutrin XR, Effexor XL and Serzone. Also a blood pressure med. And occasionally Norco but I really try not to take it. Sometimes it's the only thing that gives me relief. I'm off my pity pot and have an appt with an MD that specializes in FM!! That's on the 20th.
Jenni
Quote from momofjd2b:
Lori,

Just now finding your response. LOL. I am now on a "cocktail" of meds. It's come down to that. Wellbutrin XR, Effexor XL and Serzone. Also a blood pressure med. And occasionally Norco but I really try not to take it. Sometimes it's the only thing that gives me relief. I'm off my pity pot and have an appt with an MD that specializes in FM!! That's on the 20th.
Jenni

I am on a cocktail now too, just had Luvox added, so I'm on vivactil (protrityline), Klonopin & Luvox. I can't keep it all straight at times, they each seem to run out at different times, I'm always calling for refills. Like I don't have enough to confuse me! :dizzy: