Posted by zzz on November 07, 2001 at 18:47:46:
Well...I went to a GP last week to get a referral to the sleep clinic, but instead I got referred to psychiatry...she said the sleep clinic only deals with people who snore. The shrink says I have symptoms of both narcolepsy and ADHD (EDS, HH, SP, & the usual ADHD stuff, no cataplexy though). She gave me Wellbutrin & said to come back in two months. Does this help for narcolepsy? So far it's just making me even more sleepy. She's keeping me on Prozac, but I'm taking it at night now...strangely, the insomnia's gone. Hopefully the Wellbutrin will start working so I can pass my classes...what's the likelihood of that happening?
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