Our expert says:
I have no idea why a psychiatrist whop had diagnosed true Depression would use Eglonyl, when there are so many much better true antidepressant meds available. Its an odd drug, though it does seem to make some people feel better when they are generally upset. But it does, often, cause lactation. I have never found a reason to use Eglonyl, so I haven't seen how long it takes for the lactation to go away when one stops taking it. I'd hope it won't last more than a few days at most. Its both a question of how soon the drug leaves your system, and how soon its pro-lactation effects stop.
If a depression returns, maybe see a different psychiatrist for a second opinion.
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