Our expert says:
As you've discovered, one of my reasons for concern about Eglonyl is about how easily some SA docs prescribe it, but the absence of the sort of good research and information I'd want in order to feel confident about using it.
Despite the lack of good studies, it would presumably be Ok to use for 3 months, and from what I can see a great many SA women have indeed taken it for that long or longer, apparently without serious problems ( also google sulpiride, its chemical name to check ). Maybe it'd be a good idea, though, to see a good local psychiatrist for a re-assessment, as there could, for instance, be a degree of PND depression, or some other factor worthy of attention in its own right ( and if CBT counselling is available, it of course has no side-effects !). And there's often an interaction between an anxious mother and a gripey amd difficult baby, each making the other a bit worse. I'm sure you are a strong person, and will be able to get through this fine --- but maybe you need some more expert help to do so more efficiently and comfortably ?
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