Thanks so much for the replies everyone
Would TCAs aggravate my RLS? Because most SSRIs have ( so that rules out mirtazapine I guess, which I have here in stock lol) and I'm pretty sure that I remember reading that TCA and others do also.
EDIT - medline replied in another thread that low dose doxepim should not cause serotonin to go up much, so that may be a good solution and not aggravate my RLS. Sorry there are 2 threads on this topic now, this one started with seroquel
Also isn't Zopiclone very addictive ?? I read that it's similar to a benzo and there are tolerance issues, withdrawal, etc.. Also am not sure I even got much benefit at 7.5mg, possibly need a higher dose ??
Trazodone left me feeling very strange after 3-4 days, some paranoia, not much benefit sleeping, no idea why. So had to stop it. It DID get me in the mood with my wife though, so she loves it now
So in summary - I guess it will be doxepim, nortriptyline or trimipramine first, then maybe a higher dose of Zopiclone, and then seroquel if those dont work..
Have a great day and thanks again