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Re: Do the British know something we don't?

Posted by tizza on October 5, 2005, at 0:59:45

In reply to Re: Do the British know something we don't?, posted by Phillipa on October 4, 2005, at 21:02:45

I'm in Australia and I think that we get the best of both worlds. Not too much is over prescribed or under prescribed but it has started getting pretty hard to get benzo's off a GP but a pdoc will give you almost anything, within limits of course. But anti psych's and ssri rx's are being prescribed at amazing rates. With my personal experience it has been easier to get off benzo's compared to bloody SSRI's. It will probably take them years to discover that they have fried our brains. I'm coming off effexor xr at the moment and I'm tapering it very slowly and things are going well but once I'm off them, and I have tried loads of them, I'm never going to touch them ever again. I'll just demand benzo's because they alone seem to work much better for me. Reguards Paul. P.S. I think the British realise the addiction of benzo's, the aussies of both benzo's and SSRI's and the U.S. FDA, just likes playing monkies with us, remiss of their actions. Sorry I hope I didn't offend anyone I'm just a little testy today and needed to vent.




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