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Re: Do antidepressants really work? SLS

Posted by simus on April 5, 2004, at 11:16:38

In reply to Re: Do antidepressants really work? Althea8869, posted by SLS on April 5, 2004, at 8:11:17


I am trying to digest this info. The reason being, I have always wondered if what I really needed to go to was an endricrinologist years ago instead of a psychiatrist for the sudden onset of anxiety/panic attacks. It just felt more like an adrenaline flood than a "mental" illness, which made me wonder about the proper function of the adrenal glands. I have also wondered if my hypothalamus was working properly (strong intolerance to heat).

I don't know how familiar you are on the topic, but I will run this past you. I have never had total success on a SSRI. The best success I have up to 3 months ago had was on a SNRI. Now on Wellbutrin alone, I feel great emotionally. But I have some symptoms that I think appear to be adrenal related. For instance, extreme edema, and a sudden onset of pain/achyness/stiffness. I am grasping at straws here, but I thought I would throw this all at you to see what you knew.

Thanks in advance. God bless.




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