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Re: Does Ambien have antidepressant properties? Girlnterrupted78

Posted by SLS on September 3, 2009, at 5:36:09

In reply to Re: Does Ambien have antidepressant properties?, posted by Girlnterrupted78 on September 2, 2009, at 22:37:57

> Although I have to say, if I could trade my current personality and be uninhibited all the time, I'd do it in a heartbeat. It just beats being socially withdrawn.

I'm sorry if you have already gone over this, but have you tried Nardil? Sometimes, the inhibition is part of the depression and remits when the depression remits. I am much more inhibited when depressed than when euthymic. Nardil tends to be prosocial - more so than Parnate.

Do you have a lack of things to talk about when you are in social situations. Is that part of the discomfort?


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