Review about Priadel 200mg prolonged release tablets.

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Priadel 200mg prolonged release tablets.

20/06/2016 | | 57moderated by Henry
lithium carbonate (400mg) for bipolar disorder

Following serious treatment with Depakine (and denial of the diagnosis) I opted to use lithium (Priadel). I was concerned that I would suffer the side-effects when I was exercising and therefore sweating. But my therapist set my mind at rest. As well as medication, I have also adjusted my work commitments and learned to recognise the signals that my body is close to its limits. After starting, I felt good for 3 years. No depressions and also no (hypo)manias. My emotional life initially improved but then flattened out. The only disadvantage is that my fine motor skills have been somewhat affected. Particularly my hands: e.g. when eating soup with a spoon. In conclusion I can say that I am a motivated user. I only wish I had started taking it earlier.

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