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Old 04-02-2019, 04:47 PM #11
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wow...you're clearly not in the US. LOL. I'm happy for you, in a way (?), and also happy to hear that you have ethical, responsible doctors.
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As I wrote in another post, I was on Zoloft, Dexadrine and Wellbutrin . I stopped the Zoloft because of weight gain. Wellbutrin is good but I personally, can't take it alone. I need other meds with it. I might ask my T for Cymbalta or Vivactil.
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