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Posted by: confuzzled_bunny | 2012/07/25

My my, that''s an interesting prescription...

I have been on Valdoxane for a few months now, single tablet only, and it doesn''t seem to work as well as those first few weeks when i was taking Valdoxane and slowly going of the Cilift that I was on.


Because the Valdoxane in its own can''t control my anger management problems, I am on Toplep. Because the Toplep is giving me issues (pins &  needles) and not enough control over my emotions, my psychiatrist has lowered the Toplep dose and now included 20mg Lorien.

On top of this I am taking GlucophageXR for insulin resistance (I''m not diabetic)
I am however overweight and somewhat prone to water retention even though I can''t find out what is causing it.

My question to you is: what see the most common side effects for Lorien and can i have it at night with my other tablets or must i have it un the morning? (I''m still trying to get into a workable daily routine where i have a standard waking time, but I''ve never liked waking up in the morning, its just so annoying! Lol.)

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Actually, none of the ADs are considered likely to be useful for anger management. Some meds also used to epilepsy might help ( such as Toplep, a generic form of Topiramate ), but I think the best bet for anger management issues would be CBT.
I;m surprised if your psychiatrist hasn't told you whether you can take the Lorien at night with the other drigs. I'd think it should be OK.
Lorien is either a generic Fluoxetine ( which you can look up details of online ) or a realm in Lord of the Rings.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2012/07/25

Actually, none of the ADs are considered likely to be useful for anger management. Some meds also used to epilepsy might help ( such as Toplep, a generic form of Topiramate ), but I think the best bet for anger management issues would be CBT.
I;m surprised if your psychiatrist hasn't told you whether you can take the Lorien at night with the other drigs. I'd think it should be OK.
Lorien is either a generic Fluoxetine ( which you can look up details of online ) or a realm in Lord of the Rings.

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