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Re: Lithium and Lamictal Redundant in Unipolar MDD? linkadge

Posted by SLS on May 2, 2011, at 16:15:50

In reply to Re: Lithium and Lamictal Redundant in Unipolar MDD?, posted by linkadge on May 2, 2011, at 15:04:03

> Do you mean using *both* lithium and lamictal in MDD as an adjunctive?
> Linkadge


I'm trying to have an open mind, but it seems counterproductive to deem two agents redundant without providing any evidence.

Lithium can always help provide support for recovery of brain tissue, even if no acute antidepressant effect is noticed. Apparently, Lamictal can be helpful in unipolar as well as bipolar depression. I just don't see how these two drugs can be deemed redundant when they do very different things.

- Scott

Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.




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