Posted by Tomatheus on January 13, 2012, at 1:06:17
In reply to Nardil, posted by IX on January 12, 2012, at 19:38:00
Hi IX, and welcome to Psycho-Babble. I'm a former Nardillian myself, having responded better to Nardil for my chronic anergic depression than any other medication that I've tried. I was concerned about the possibility of Nardil being withdrawn from the U.S. market back in 2006 when information about the medication was removed from the Physicians Desk Reference. However, six years have passed since then, and up until this point in time, I haven't seen any signs that Nardil might be taken off of the market. If anything, I'm less concerned about Nardil being taken off of the market than in the past, in part due to the fact that a generic version of the drug became available a little more than a year ago. Of course, it's hard to know what the pharmaceutical executives might have in mind when it comes to Nardil's future, but as far as I can tell, the medication doesn't seem to be endangered.
Suffers from anergic depression and aminoguanidine-induced psychosis and cognitive impairment, diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder.
Taking 5 mg Abilify, 2.25 mg Hydergine, and five supplements.