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Re: scopolamine trial for depression LlurpsieNoodle

Posted by Bob on June 22, 2007, at 15:33:40

In reply to Re: scopolamine trial for depression Bob, posted by LlurpsieNoodle on June 22, 2007, at 15:26:06

Nothing personal, but it isn't a consolation. I will say though that I used to be just like that for the first couple years of my disease, where I would respond well, but then get crushed by side effects, and even more crushed by withdrawal. Now, after many, many, many trials and treatments, I don't tolerate or respond well to the meds. Many I can no longer even touch, but I still get discontinuation syndromes and withdrawals. They're worse than before though, because I am in no position to tolerate it.

Do you ever feel guilty about not staying on a drug you are receiving therapeutic benefit from because of the unbearable side effects?




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