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Re: Dealing with Nardil Sedation atypical

Posted by Ron Hill on August 21, 2009, at 16:07:51

In reply to Re: Dealing with Nardil Sedation, posted by atypical on August 21, 2009, at 15:31:40

What's the lithium for? Antidepressant augmentation or moodstablizer?

Atypical, given that you have atypical depression, please humor me by taking the following screening tests. Don't peak at the scoring procedures prior to filling in the tests.

Please print and complete the screening tests provided below BEFORE looking at the grading criteria:

Grading criteria:

Here's the published paper discussing the above test:

Here is another screening test. Please print and complete this screening test BEFORE looking at the scoring instructions below:

Scoring instructions:

Thank you, friend. Please tell me your scores.

-- Ron

> I've been taking Nardil for almost 2 months now. Dx is depression (my own self-diagnosis is atypical depression or depression NOS). I take 600mg of Lithium as well.

> I have previously taken about 12 other meds in various combination over the past 12 years. Some have worked well, others have not.

> > How long have you been taking Nardil, and what other meds are you currently taking? Forgive me if I'm asking you to repeat information that you have previously posted.

> > What is your dx?

> > -- Ron

> > dx: Bipolar II and mild OCPD

> > 600 mg/day Trileptal
> > 200 mg/day Lamictal
> > 500 mg/day Keppra
> > 90 mg/day Nardil




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