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Re: Escitalopram Simcha

Posted by Cam W. on November 28, 2001, at 0:10:41

In reply to Re: Escitalopram Cam W., posted by Simcha on November 27, 2001, at 7:27:54

Simcha - Yeah, I know I was overgenralizing, again. I know quite a few people who have been helped by Celexa, but I know more who haven't. Some day we will be able to do genetic phenotyping to taylor drugs to our specific make-ups. That will be cool.
- Cam

> Cam,
> Hey! ;-) LOL!
> Just because Celexa does not work for your chemistry does not mean it won't work for someone else.
> Trust me, Celexa has been a life-saver. I know that it is working because I tried cutting the dose in half (under pdoc supervision) and I became positively loopy. I'm back up to the 40mg dose and I'm stable for the first time in quite a while.
> EffexorXR should be respected. It worked for me on my depression (but not the OCD or anxiety). It also left me absolutely numb from the waist down. I was on it for a good 5 months so I had a more than adequate trial with it. The side effects for me were depressing and it was difficult not having help with the OCD or anxiety. So Effexor is not the "majic bullet" for everyone, O wise one. ;-)
> Take Care,
> Simcha




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