The only psychiatric med that I've taken for depression that didn't cause dry mouth, which I assume is your question, is Lamictal, I actually think this drug is a miracle, at least for me. And I've been on meds about as long as you have, maybe longer, IDK. But Lamictal has anti-depressant, anti-anxiety and mood stabilizing properties. I've been on it for about three months now and feel a lot better than on any other anti-depressant. And the onset of action is rather rapid as I began feeling better before I reached the standard level.
Might want to talk yo your doc about the pros and cons of this medication. I think it might be worth your while as I feel 100% better. But I still can't type. Such is life.
Good luck my friend.
Hello nli10mt. Aside from MAOI's I researched and spent some time on your question. Simply put the anti-psychotic drugs, which have been perscribed over the years and their.success rate depending upon the severity of the diagnosis are what they are. The side effect (no dry mouth) is not a major factor. Which is good news. The anti-pychotics do fairly well when used in against the various diagnosis/forms of depression be they used either solo or as in a combination of. Regards, pledge
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