Our expert says:
Eglonyl is NOT an antidepressant, and I know of NO good research showing it to be a useful drug to EVER use in children. It is a peculiar drug bizarely popular in South Africa, especially among GPs who did not receive good psychiatric training. Children can become depressed, and if this has ben properly diagnosed, this should be confirmed by a child psychiatrist whop alone should prescribe psychotropic meds for a child.
I agree with Liza. Personally, I have NEVER EVER seen anyone for whom I would consider prescribing Eglonyl.
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