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As i have tried all the ssri for anxiety and depression, i found through various websites that tramadol has SNRI properties. Which antidepressant is closely related to tramdol so that i can try that one. Dr. gave me first choice duloxetine and if it doesn't work, then venlafaxine but i am tired of trying. Let me know which antidepressant structure is closely related to tramadol?
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None of the antidepressants work like tramadol as no antidepressants exert action on opioid receptors, hence be patient with what your doctor is trying for you , tramadol is addictive and not advisable , follow up regularly with your doctor and maintain healthy lifestyle
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Hello, Venlafaxine and Duloxetine are two commonly used snris. If they don't help other snris are unlikely to help.
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