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Re: lamictal for unipolar depression?

Posted by Ruth on June 17, 1999, at 16:30:12

In reply to Re: lamictal for unipolar depression?, posted by Peter on June 17, 1999, at 12:08:04

I have been on lamictal for a unipolar depression for about a year and a half. My psychopharmacologist said that while it has been used for bi-polar disorder for some time there is now research suggesting its efficacy for unipolar depression. My experience with it has been positive. After trials of many standard anti-depressants it was the first med that impacted what had been a treatment resistant depression.

> > Hello. I have been on Lamictal for two weeks along with my Wellbutrin. I am really starting to see a big improvement with my roller coaster mood changes. Also I haven't gained a pound.
> >
> > RR
> RR; do you have bipolar symptoms? When I tried Wellbutrin, I had kind of a hypomanic episode and then lost effect.
> I am interested in anyone's experience with Lamictal as a treatment for unipolar depression. Anyone know of research or any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Peter




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