Posted by Ron Hill on August 19, 2009, at 13:48:53
In reply to Re: Nardil withdrawal » Phillipa, posted by ace on August 18, 2009, at 0:34:38
> I know what you mean, it's just that I do feel that, to be in a certain position, there is something ethically dubious about taking these drugs. In short, I feel 'wrong' taking any meds, in spite of the vast amount I have taken.
Hypothetically, let's suppose you have epilepsy and that you experience severe convulsions without medication. If this were true, would you feel ethically dubious or wrong in taking anti-epileptic medication?
In my humble opinion, the same holds true with regard to your Nardil. If the medication benefits you, its not wrong or ethically dubious to take it. And dont forget; you are Ace the Nardil Champion!
As you can see in my med list below, I still take Nardil and I do not feel bad about it at all. I added Nardil to my med comb almost three years ago and its the best medication I have found to treat my bipolar depression.
I care about you, mate. Be well.
dx: Bipolar II and mild OCPD
600 mg/day Trileptal
200 mg/day Lamictal
500 mg/day Keppra
90 mg/day Nardil