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Re: CIPRO, Lithium, clonazepam, and Synthroid Phillipa

Posted by Squiggles on October 19, 2006, at 19:37:22

In reply to Re: CIPRO, Lithium, clonazepam, and Synthroid Squiggles, posted by Phillipa on October 19, 2006, at 19:28:03

> Hence why I only trust benzos.
... Personally it did nothing for me at all. I'm recently been told by a therapist that unless you are suicidal or bipolar or schizophrenic or something other than anxiety and depression if you work really hard you can beat it. The valium if it relaxes you will help you work with a good therapist.


"that unless you are suicidal or bipolar or
schizophrenic"... YES - well, that is nothing
out of the ordinary in current medical practice;
if you just have anxiety and personal problems to solve, a benzo and talk therapy is exactly what you will get. And btw, there is a vast difference between situational depression and endogenous major depression. If you don't believe it on a psychiatric basis, ask someone who has had a stroke - post depression - very physical, or a head injury.

What I am proposing is better drugs for the serious conditions - i don't think we have to sweat the "small stuff".





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