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Re: atypical depression and tricyclics

Posted by Stephan on November 3, 1999, at 12:53:45

In reply to Re: tricyclics and suicide, posted by Elizabeth on November 3, 1999, at 11:57:14

> There are some other factors you can look at in making the decision to try a tricyclic, such as the likelihood that it won't work (e.g., the person has atypical depression or "probable atypical depression

I know there are a lot of studies that support this, but I'm about as atypical as they come, and tricyclics (desipramine and nortriptyline) have given me a better response than any other antidepressant (with the exception of my first trial of Luvox). Parnate gave me only a modest, transient response.




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