Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/04/21


I was wondering if decadurabolin (given by my doctor) starts to work 4 months later, or if it' s out my system by now? I am only feeling a little stronger now - and I had it done in early December for debility.
Also, if one is unable to tolerate ssri' s and tricyclic' s for anxiety - what other meds could be possible? Would like to have options to discuss about with my doc, but the above group is what doctors mostly prescribe.

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Hallo Anonymous
Decadurabolin works slowly and have a lingering effect for a few months ( I would guess about 3-4 months). You can also use Aterax (an antihistamine) or benzodiasepines ( anti-anxiety BUT very addictive and can cause rebound depression) as alternatives for anxiety.
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