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Re: Serzone: Does it even work? - Rick, Allison Mair

Posted by Rick on January 3, 2002, at 13:15:20

In reply to Re: Serzone: Does it even work? - Rick, Allison, posted by Mair on January 1, 2002, at 18:03:53

>My main longer term problem with serzone (aside from it's ineffectiveness) was a cognitive dulling. It affected my motor skills also - I was always dropping stuff. I attributed all of this (mostly forgetfulness) to perimenopause and stress until I went off serzone. All of these symptoms then disappeared.

Memory impairment is one of the two main reasons I'm trying a Serzone-less period. (Again, a disclaimer, since I don't want to encourage anyone to suddenly dump their AD to "experiment": It's safe for me to be without an AD since I'm not clinically depressed.)

Oddly, this change seems to be helping my LONG-term memory more than anything. And yes, I think Serzone made me even a bit klutzier than usual. BTW, I'm by no means writing Serzone off...I'm still in the experimenting stage. As I've mentioned before, it seemed to provide me with a number of plusses, even if they were mostly beneficial side effects and interactions.





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