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Re: Light Switch Depression and mood swings

Posted by RG on July 21, 1999, at 17:54:42

In reply to Re: Light Switch Depression and mood swings, posted by Jim on July 21, 1999, at 15:43:42

> Cass:
> This was going on before I was on Celexa.
> When I first got depression, like many, I
> tried St. John's Wort for several months.
> These were not mood swings. Until around 2:15
> PM each day I was in the darkness of depression.
> For a time I could hardly function, I dreaded
> doing anything and was afraid to face the day.
> At around 2:15 it was like a pressure was eliminated
> and I felt normal again for the remainder of the day.
> I really thought this seemed very unique,in fact
> once I was in the therapist's office when it lifted.
> He did not understand what I was talking about.
> My physk was not familar with it either.
> You would think these people in their extensive
> training would of come across this situation!

My God, I can totally relate. It doesn's seem manic -it's as if the hopelessness and low-grade feeling is gone and you don't hate being in your skin. I had that today and I am on 50 mgs of zoloft but only for 4 days now, I was on celexa but it did not lift my dysthymia after 7 weeks. I like the zoloft -I think.




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