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Tricyclics - why are they more popular here

Posted by alchemy on November 24, 2012, at 0:50:01

Over the years i have noticed that tricyclics are tried or being used more than mainstream or pdocs offices. I know they are not preferred because of their side effects. And i think studies measure them with about the same success rate as the new & cleaner drugs that followed prozac and celexa.
Being that many of the people on this board are more treatment resistent, does this class tend to give our "species" a little more of the drugs value? Or is it because we end up trying more possibilities than most?




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