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I thought ideas here to help get off and into life

Posted by chad_3 on September 28, 2002, at 18:35:52

In reply to Re: Utizopian - I think you like to complain : ) chad_3, posted by jotho on September 28, 2002, at 10:19:49

... BTW, recall a few posters here recently who had SP - finanlly went on (or back onto) nardil - and where are they now? Gone!

After 6 months I am back on treatment and is time for me to put up or shut up ...


> Sorry, but i have to go with Utopizen on this (though the last comment might have been a bit non-apropos). The writer did seem to have a "one-size-fits-all" attitude in his posting and generalizing sure seems like something to be skeptical about. According to much of what i've read (and my two brief stints with it) Dilantin is not is calming because it quites down (normalizes?) overly-potentiated and excessively-firing brain cells. This in turn would generally relieve the user from the exhausting cycle of an overworked brain and precipitate positive energy. Maybe the original letter was just poorly worded, but when i read it it seemed kinda '...just go to the gym, build up some biceps, go look at how badass you look in the mirror, and you will feel powerful and confident...patient cured!' That was the impression it gave to me. As far as tesosterone goes, wouldn't age, nutrition, pre-existing hormonal balances, etc. have something to do with it also?




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