Ritalin For Depression

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Bailey Cola Says:


After being on every imaginable antidepressant over the past twenty-five years and undergoing ect, I have found that Ritalin has worked the best for me. I have been taking it for about two years now and wonder why I had to suffer for so many years prior. But that is history and I don't dwell on it. I look forward to tomorrow now.



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KM24333 Says:
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Really helps with my depression as well as my ADD. I believe the ADD contributed to the depression because it causes me to be less productive which causes stress.

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Jobe Says:
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Greetings KM. . My doc just rx'd Ritalin for depression and memory issues or severe decline only 52, plus add, panic attacks, and anxiety. Think that covers it all lol. I am disabled from the above, was actually on ssd 15 yrs ago and advised not to return to employment but decided to try. In looking back, a horrible mistake for both me and my family as I lost job after job, ultimately ending with my family being homeless for a year, while going through the new ssd application. I also suffer from chronic pain, and while our finances are better, I am probably at the lowest point ever with the depression. I am quite certain the dementia has made this worse. How is the Ritalin working for you? Thanks for any input.



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Susie Q Says:
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I initially had 12 infusions over16 days. The amount I was given was based on my weight I was started on methylfolate, tramadol and fetzima at about the same time. I was sent home on nasal ketamine, 5 pumps every 15 minutes for a total of 5 times every other day. After about five months my depression reaccured. I also was having severe nausea and dizziness after after each nasal ketamine treatment. Think I was over medicated.




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