Yes, I've read the data on Deplin, Davidrpharmboy, and it's very encouraging. My psychiatrist didn't recommend having the tests
done, however, to determine if the gene is inherited. She felt simply that if it showed improvement in antidepressant effectiveness, it would show up in feeling tone and that was adequate. (No greater expense needed to be incurred, in my case, I should add.)
Deplin seems to be right on the pharmacists' shelves now in the prescript
I think it will be very effective.
Of course, we aren't doctors here so any information I've given you is
appropriate for your information only. Always check with a physician
in every case of Deplin use.
Please go to the website Deplin.com and look at the video on how Deplin improves neurotransmitters in the brain and observe the fact that 50% of the population has substandard levels of folate and the percentage rates are as high as 70% in depressed patients, according to the Deplin website.
Thanks for your notes.
Post Edited (It's Genetic) : 10/8/2011 8:15:55 AM (GMT-6)