Friday, July 25, 2008

Deplin testimonial

I posted some time ago about Deplin, a glorified B vitamin (methylated folate to be exact) that may supplement antidepressants by promoting the production of neurotransmitters in the brain. I've prescribed it to some people not on antidepressants and found that many of them have a positive response with respect to energy and focus. Check out this e-mail from a patient with MS who struggles with low energy and lack of focus:

This new addition to my Rx. closet has made an incredible difference. I feel human, actually went for a walk with my dog last night (1st time in 10 years), feel more alert, have terrific energy and life is suddenly colorful.

4 comments:

JeanMac said...

How wonderful for her. I'm happy she had you to Rx so she has some normalcy happening.

Mauigirl said...

Wow, is it available over the counter?

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your blog. There are some helpful things in it.

One thing I've noticed is that you spell "female" as "femail" throughout your blog. It might strengthen people's confidence in your knowledge and practice of medicine if your gender is correctly spelled.

Thank you very much.

femail doc said...

I published a health newsletter for years that went out by e-mail. Clever me, I spelled female as femail as an amusing and eye-catching way to merge the mode of delivery with the content. I hope no one will discount my advice based on this deliberate misspelling!

Thanks for writing,
Judy Paley
A femail...er female...writer and doc