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Re: day five at 45mgs Nardil....verbal skills failing Porkpiehat

Posted by SLS on June 1, 2018, at 7:15:54

In reply to Re: day five at 45mgs Nardil....verbal skills failing SLS, posted by Porkpiehat on May 31, 2018, at 15:19:10

> Wondering if it clears at higher dosages but I dont really intend to go higher unless needed.

For me, brain fog showed up at a very low dosage - 5-10 mg/day. It seems that this can happen at the start of treatment and perhaps upon dosage increases. I am not under the impression that going higher than 90 mg/day will clear things up.

This might just be a stop gap until Marplan is reintroduced.

> I hope its not benzo related it was hard to sleep without.

It was hard to sleep without what? In what ways do you have trouble sleeping?

> How long were you on Nardil Scott?

I have been on and off Nardil several times. I get more benefit early in treatment than I do later on. I can't remember what is the longest length of time that I took Nardil for steadily. It was more than a few months. I see many people report that they don't respond to Nardil until 12 weeks have passed. Hopefully, you have more patience than I do. I have made plans to discontinue Parnate and try Trintellix. I would then move to Effexor if necessary. I am willing to go back to Nardil 90 mg/day should I not respond to these treatments.

Do you get dizzy upon standing? Do you have problems initiating urination?

- Scott

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

- George Bernard Shaw




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