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Re: Nardil from Australia = 1950's version.JV King Vultan

Posted by Spotcheck on April 11, 2004, at 18:45:38

In reply to Re: Nardil from Australia = 1950's version.KV Spotcheck, posted by King Vultan on April 11, 2004, at 17:04:57

I do not have any statistic -- yet -- that would tell me what percentage of Nardil users fail to respond to the new Nardil. Pfizer might have some of course, but I don't. I have run across about 10 people, but I suspect there are more. One has been able to move to Lamictal -- an atypical antidepressant. For some Parnate does not work on them at all, while in others it helps them only somewhat. However, it definitely does not work as well as the old Nardil did by anyone's standards.

When the new Nardil does not work or begins to fade and actually fails, it's a tragic event to witness, let me tell you. My heart drops whenever I read someone's post to that effect. In SuzieQ1's post, I suspect that all she really has to do is increase the dosage and she will be just fine. She is expecting the new Nardil to work as well as the old Nardil did which is a common mistake.

"Are there some people who have not noticed a difference?"

Everyone has noticed a difference Todd, and everyone would much rather be taking the old Nardil rather the the new. Only those who have never taken the old before cannot know the difference. For the most part we have all had to increase the dosage we take of the old to achieve a similar effect.




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