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Re: Why do meds constantly stop working for me?

Posted by rose45 on September 28, 2021, at 12:04:35

In reply to Re: Why do meds constantly stop working for me? rose45, posted by SLS on September 24, 2021, at 15:11:14

Scott,

An interesting thing has happened.

4 days ago, the unbearable anxiety which I have been having to endure, started to disappear, and I have been getting better ever since. I hadnt had any change in lifestyle, and then I noticed that 6 days ago, I had collected my new supply of generic lamotrigine. I am convinced that is the reason for my new-found peace of mind. (My depression is mainly anxious depression)

I will give it some more time, to make sure that this is not a 4 day wonder. The brand name of the generic is Accord. It could very well be, from what I have read on other threads, that some generics are really bad. I am going to ask my gp if he can prescribe the GSK lamictal to see if that also makes a difference. Not sure he will agree. But at least if i have to stick to a generic, I will stick with Accord. I didnt make a note of all the generic lamotrigine packets I have receivd in the past year. That would have helped.

This is totally miraculous. It would be great if it could avoid me having to withdraw from the parnate and go on to marplan.

So right now, Im taking:

125mg lamotrigine
40 mg parnate
25mg olanzapine


rose45


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