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Re: Finally trying vortioxetine -- initial impressions undopaminergic

Posted by SLS on December 16, 2022, at 7:26:52

In reply to Re: Finally trying vortioxetine -- initial impressions, posted by undopaminergic on December 16, 2022, at 4:37:54

Hi UD.

I won't be posting on Psycho-Babble much anymore. I made an exception for you because I think you might be getting close.

I feel that the advice given by me and the doctors whose brains I picked along the journey I began in 1982 is being ignored and squandered. When someone habitually starts and stops antidepressants in less than a week, often as a sort of palliative PRN, they are likely to die depressed. They will never know a normal human state of consciousness. My first lesson in research psychiatry was to NEVER "pulse" medications on and off and on and off... It most often leads to a condition of persistent *refractoriness* to pharmacological treatment, a worsening of the depressive state, and an increaseed sensitivity to side-effects.

You know who you are.

Tragic. I had been trying to change this scenario.

As for you, keep expanding your role as a nurturing and compliant a higher probability of success. Go back and read everything I have written and posted over the last week. Really. My presentation offers an true hope to anyone who follows my advice - the advice of the first two generations of psychopharmacologists. This is not a guarantee of instant success, but it sure enhances one's chances of ultimately finding it when compared to the current state of affairs of most of the current posters on Psycho-Babble.

I am not pretentious. I am cured.

Semantics aside, that is exactly what it feels like to achieve remission.

UD, I have more to write to you, but I have an appointment that I have to keep.

Take advantage of your new hope. You have no logical reason to be completely demoralized today. Do not give in to desperation. It usually doesn't help.

See you later...

- Scott

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

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.




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