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Re: Why do meds constantly stop working for me? rose45

Posted by SLS on September 20, 2021, at 21:52:38

In reply to Re: Why do meds constantly stop working for me?, posted by rose45 on September 20, 2021, at 11:19:06

Hi, Rose

> I hope that answers your questions. Here in the UK, they simply dont believe in taking several meds at the same time. You re much more fortunate in the USA.

The NHS is so backwards. According to the most recent diagnositic criteria in the DSM 5, you fit the description of Bipolar Disorder (Depressive subtype) with Drug-Induced-Mania as a qualifier. From now on, I would use treatment strategies found to be effective in that Bipolar subtype. I think lamotrigine is a candidate as an augmenter. I think Undopaminergic could provide some information about this. In my personal experience and from what the medical literature yields, the range of dosages of Nardil are usually between 60-90 mg/day.

What about France?

- Scott

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I dream of things that never were and ask why not.

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