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Posted by DL on January 21, 1999, at 23:40:25

In reply to Re: Inertia, posted by Toby on January 20, 1999, at 8:52:00

> Refer your doctor to Essestial Psychopharmacology by Stephen Stahl, MD, p227-229 for the fenfluramine. It acts to release more serotonin which helps with energy, depression and possibly the weight gain from Remeron.

Will it act like the SSRI's that so hyperaroused me? And is this the same as the Fastin? And is the ins co likely to list it as not covered if it was used for dieting?

I searched for the book and then ordered it from my local college library through interlibrary loan (they don't know I am graduated yet!) I will be able to have it for a few weeks. I think it will be interesting to look up some things. Also if you go to amazon .com and search for Stahl, Stephen it brings up the 1996 version and the 1998 version and also lists one coming out next Fall called the "Atlas of Depression". Is the 1998 version the same as the 1996? The title is just slightly different.

I may take a "longcut" between visits tomorrow and find the office of the EMDR/beh guys. (small progress).

Is there a difference between practices that are called cog/beh and the ones that are just beh?

Thanks for hanging in there for me.




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