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Re: New Version of Nardil is [NOT] Working For Me enola

Posted by timidly on December 10, 2003, at 18:48:36

In reply to Re: New Version of Nardil is Working For Me, posted by enola on December 9, 2003, at 23:44:44

> Hi--
> At first I thought my trouble with the new nardil might be all in my head, but I must say that I was both disturbed and relieved to find that so many other people _found_ each other on the web because they were suddenly experiencing problems with the new Nardil...
> However, all the complaints come from people who were fully adjusted to the 'old' formula, many of them having been on it for more than 10 years (like me). So I think we may have been mistaken in blurting out that the new formula 'doesn't work' (although it appears there _may_ be some subpotent batches out there). I think what it is that it is different enough from the old formula that everyone who has had to _switch_ is having BIG problems. But 15mg of Phenelzine is 15mg of Phenelzine, and Pfizer claims that the active ingredient is exactly the same in both the old and new formulas, so it makes sense that someone who has always been taking the new Nardil would be doing fine. There is just a big difference for people on the old med, something to do with some combination of the inactive ingredients, that is making it so that suddenly we all seem to be having trouble. That is my current theory of what's going on, anyway.
> You are lucky you _started_ with the new Nardil, and didn't have to abruptly make a switch, is what I'm saying, I guess. ;)

P.S. I have been taking Nardil for 26 years.




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