Has anyone tried Remeron for fibromyagia yet? I take it for depression and I think because it is a hypnotic and sleep aid ...It has helped with my pain.
Has anyone else experienced this or tried it yet?
I take Remeron for depression along with a low dose of Lyrica and Trazadone for sleeping. I do know that once the depression was under control that I could handle the pain and issues much better. I'm thinking of getting off of it but scared to mix things up since I've got the fibro managing pretty good right now.
Yeah, it might be difficult to mix things up right now especially since Fibro is so hard ot control. I've noticed how much better I feel when I am on Remeron.
I think it's because I'm getting more sleep while I am on it.
thanks for the reply
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