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Why does effexor leave a salty taste in my mouth

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What are the effects of effexor when taken at night?

is why can I not take Effexor at night? And is it less likely to make me incontinent. Many thanks ... with urge incontinence due to the meds. I had a crisis 6 weeks ago and they have tried me on Effexor which ...
 

Treatment for nausea, vomiting, tiredness after taking Effexor?

ive been on a new anit depressant effexor 50mg 2x a day since feb 7 plus chantix. i am having alot ... breaking out in hives ears feeling stopped up stiffness dizzness ears ringing or popping very dry mouth ...
 

Reddish itchy rashes after taking effexor. Any advice?

Hi, I am in Effexor and about two weeks after taking it I broke out with a real bad itchy rash. I ... was doubtful. She really had no idea. So she gave me a steroid lotion as well. I am so confused has to why I ...
 

Should I increase my effexor dosage for depression?

in morning or 1 in morning and 1 at nite? why do I need 2 now and what would be a new improved better choice ...
 

What is the solution for air bubbles coming up and mouth filled with water after weaning off of Effexor?

hi my doctor just weined me off 150 mg of Effexor. I am feeling very nauseated, and dizzy I have ... when I do. my mouth continues to water and it feels like air bubbles coming up. when the air bubbles ...
 

What causes salty taste in mouth?

..but now i have feeling of saulty in mouth whenver i cough..why this is happening? ...
 

Have fever, salty taste in mouth. Why did it happen?

with the pizza, I ordered pizza so I ate half of a slice some mins ago and it tasted so salty. Why did it happen ... and now there is a salty taste in my mouth ...
 

Salty taste, sensation of gel substance in mouth. Advise?

of weeks I have been experiencing are very salty taste in my mouth tongue and salvia and also feel ... this HAPENNING even if I eat something sweet I still fill the salty taste in my mouth tongue and salvia as I ...
 

Excessive brown saliva in mouth, chalky and dry mouth. History of cavities in teeth, sore gums. Getting dark urine. Are these related?

Hi, I get excessive saliva in my mouth overnight and often awake to spit! Its brown in color when I wake and my mouth tastes or feels chalky or dry! I usually can t get back to sleep unless I rinse ...
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Why am I experiencing anxiety and stress after taking effexor and biaxin for bronchitis?

I've been taking effexor 300 mg xr for 8 years. I've also been taking serequol 50mg at night. I ... and feeling like effexor withdrawal since taking the antibiotic. I spoke to my pharmicist and he suggest ...
 

Are Desvenlafaxine and Duloxetine from Effexor family?

mention from the same Effexor family? Why my pains disapeared when I started Lyrica and then they come ... with Effexor and Clonacepam. I remember that muscle pain was also the hardest symptom to treat. In 2000 I ...
 

Sore roof of mouth, burning sensation. Taking effexor for anxiety, proton pump for acid reflux. Suggest medication

with a sore roof of mouth. It comes on every week or so and stays painful for about 2 days before getting ...' but is sore and feels a bit raised. I am on Effexor (75 mill for mild anxiety and depression ) and have acid ...
 

Salty taste in the mouth during an orgasm. Is it normal?

I am a 20 year old petite female. My boyfriend and I have noticed that after I have an orgasm I have a salty taste in my mouth for about a minute. Why and how does this happen? What causes this? ...
 

Suggest treatment for night terror caused by side effect of Effexor

!! They even continue were they leave off the very next night! I feel it is the Effexor ER 150 mg. doing ...
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