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    hiandlow posted:
    this is my first time im suffering form depression and theres no dr in my very small town im starting webrutin but as you know this takes a while im im leaving ty
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    DizzyJgirl responded:
    Try to hang in there. I am also in a small town and know the frustrations from that.
    Everyone is different but wellbutrin was a wonder for me. After trying several other meds, finally one that worked! I have been on it for several years. I will tell you that for me, it was a very suble change at first. One day I realized I was actually making dinner. I was up and in the kitchen cooking instead of throwing together something quick for my kids. It seems minor but it was a turning point.
    Good luck...and let us know how you are doing.
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