If you had free access to Lamictal by your doctor, would you have wanted to try it? If yes, why, if no, why not.
|Yes, for sure!||7||70.00%|
|No, I wouldn't!||3||30.00%|
Does any of them, any in the team, do private consultations? Such a letter would perhaps give me access to Lamotrigine.I tried this, was recommended it by Sierra himself who write a letter to my GP. Considering he is a consultant Psychiatrist he saw me at short notice, for free, for 2 hours and wrote a letter to my GP recommending Lamotrigine, Escitalipram and modafinil.
Much appreciated, Cedric! Much appreciated!Though it is sort of expensive (even in EU) research suggests Lamotrigine is a promising drug against obsessive thinking and intrusive thoughts, which is I think a primary reason DPDR (when it's secondary to anxiety/OCD that is) seems to be improved via this combination of meds.
Lamictal is supposed to work after about 6 weeks, my psychiatrist said, so it takes time.
Agree!No problem, we're all here to get better and to help others get better.