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Re: Medication selection is too random

Posted by saint james on October 29, 1999, at 3:50:58

In reply to Medication selection is too random, posted by MA on October 26, 1999, at 20:24:10

For me there is now question when something works.
If I have to ask "Is it working" it is not. This is provided I have been on an AD for at least a month. You cannot tell anything for weeks. The evidence of this well known.

Given that neurology is very complex we are just understanding the tips of what happens. Until we totally understand the how and why of depression
any method of understanding what will work for a given person is flawed. More the reason to get with a seasoned doc, because it is more art than science.

Given my 10+ years of being on AD's I would laff at anyone who says they could tell me if something would work in just a few days.





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