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Hi Dr. G. I was talking with someone today about my dilemma of not being able to wean off Nardil because of...More
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Switching from depakote to lamictal (Dr. G questio...
During a December admission for a severe manic/psychotic episode my longtime psychiatrist switched my...More
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seroquel and saphris dr g?
Is there such thing as an equivalent dose of saphris to seroquel? I was on 20 mg of saphris and doctor...More
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Dr G! my med list keeps growing
Hi all. Its been along time since i was here, but i need some advice or help or something. My med list keeps...More
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my med list keeps growing!
Hi all. Its been along time since i was here, but i need some advice or help or something. My med list keeps...More
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Unimaginable family
I give up. I tried and tried and tried. I am "always" wrong. It can't be possible. I visited my mother at...More
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Thanks for all your support. My mom had her surgery yesterday and had a full hip replacement. She's doing well...More
"Live without pretending; Love without depending; Listen without defending; Speak without offending"--Drake
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