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Re: Long-term antidepressant studies

Posted by Scars R. Stories on March 31, 2013, at 14:03:00

In reply to Long-term antidepressant studies Scars R. Stories, posted by Tomatheus on March 31, 2013, at 9:41:47

> > Effexor (XR) and Wellbutrin are the ONLY antidepressants that have been proven to work in long-term studies.
> Actually, findings from Robinson et al. (1991) demonstrated that patients who had been initially responsive to Nardil went on to respond significantly more favorably to two-year treatment with either 45 mg/day or 60 mg/day of the medication than to two-year treatment with placebo.
> A link to the study doesn't seem to be available, but I've included reference information below.
> Tomatheus
> ==
> Robinson, D.S., Lerfald, S.C., Bennett, B., Laux, D., Devereaux, E., Kayser, A., et al. (1991). Maintenance therapies in recurrent depression: New findings. Psychopharmacology Bulletin, 27, 31-39.

Excuse me - I meant the only effective antidepressants manufactured during the past 40 years. Yes, I know several people that responded to Parnate as well after Effexor stopped working or failed to work for them.




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