Alex Senkowski
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Alex Senkowski

Member, Male, 31, from Canada

My T changed after I finally stopped taking Remeron a couple of months ago. It's not worse, but it is more annoyingly reactive to sound. Jan 27, 2017

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Jul 20, 2017 at 7:55 PM
    1. Alex Senkowski
      Alex Senkowski
      My T changed after I finally stopped taking Remeron a couple of months ago. It's not worse, but it is more annoyingly reactive to sound.
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      3. 3ri0w
        3ri0w
        dangg :(
        Jan 27, 2017
      4. Cal18
        Cal18
        I was considering Remeron, any reason you stopped? Was it due to weight gain?
        Jan 28, 2017
      5. Alex Senkowski
        Alex Senkowski
        I used Remeron for nearly 2 years for sleep purposes. I stopped simply because I didn't need it anymore and, yes, because it was packing the pounds on me. The drug's great if you need sleep, but weight gain is a definite side effect.
        Jan 28, 2017
    2. Alex Senkowski
      Alex Senkowski
      I don't know for a fact that it was the Remeron, but I have gained weight over the past year since starting it.
    3. inadmin
      inadmin
      Hey, did you gain weight because of remeron?
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Nov 7, 1985 (Age: 31)
    Location:
    Canada
    Tinnitus Since:
    10/2013
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    Otosclerosis
    I'm an unemployed Sheridan graduate still figuring out what to do with my life. That's what makes my condition so terrifying: WILL I be able to do anything with my life?
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