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Some different SNRI than desvenlafaxine
I was prescribed D Veniz 50 for depression , now it does not work that good , could someone suggest other SNRI which is energising ?
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Please see a psychiatrist who can evaluate the need for the increase in drug dose or a new medication
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Hi we can review the Medication. This will involve further assessment, finding the benefits of Medicines and titrating the Medication if necessary
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continue treatment. don't stop medication abruptly
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We can increase the dose of DVeniz if it has helped earlier. Plz contact me or any other psychiatrist
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Hello, you can contact me on Practo, and after knowing some personal details I will be able to tell you if you need some other drug, based on symptoms.
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You can increase the dosage of veniz upto 100 mg or else you can start sertraline 25 mg and then increase its dose after consulting psychiatrist....
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