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Re: Why Do We Take Meds That Hardly Work?

Posted by linkadge on August 23, 2017, at 10:46:34

In reply to Why Do We Take Meds That Hardly Work?, posted by bleauberry on August 23, 2017, at 8:48:20

Individuals must decide whether or not a medication is working.

To suggest that meds hardly work, is not exactly an accurate statement. Again, depression is not a single disease.

By their very nature, support boards such as this tend to retain people for whom medications aren't working or aren't fully working.

Of course people should investigate all options.

I am personally doing fairly well (lithium, omega-3, folic acid, niacin, nortriptyline and Effexor, coffee).

Lithium seemed to be the turning point, yet I do not do well on lithium monotherapy, nor doses above 300mg.





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