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#31 dymphna


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Posted 14 March 2008 - 03:02 PM


I just closed another thread on this. I will keep this one open because it is actually discussing the drug itself, as opposed to methods used to obtain it.

As this medication is not FDA approved, and thus not legally available in the United States, please recognize that advocating obtaining it from foreign nations (obviously without a prescription, since no one in the US is going to prescribe a non-FDA drug) will not be tolerated. Nor will the posting of links to sources for obtaining it.

We do recognize that there are people on this board who reside outside of the US, who are able to obtain this medication legally.

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#32 behappy


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Posted 02 December 2011 - 10:52 PM

my doctor recommended switching from stablon to lexapro (5mg) w/o tapering the stablon-----

this concerned me--- so i'd like to taper the stablon and add the lexapro---- anyone have any thoughts on this?
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#33 Persephone


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Posted 31 March 2012 - 01:11 PM

I didn't have great luck with it either. It's not the miracle drug it's touted to be.
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