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Old 28-06-2020, 10:44 PM   #2
Pi.R^2
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This doesn't quite answer your question, but I did go back on an old medication (it was actually fluoxetine) one time at the same dose and found I had completely different side effects the second time. So my logic there is that if you can have such a different set of side effects, then it must be possible to have completely different positive effects too!

Also I completely follow your logic about it being worth a shot now that you've had therapy. And even if it doesn't prove to be the right medication for you, there are plenty of others to try, so it's definitely worth speaking to your doctor about it.



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