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Old 07-18-2002, 12:22 PM
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The only way Wellbutrin is cheaper...is if you have insurance and you tell your doctor it's for depression (then it's covered under your insurance-because, insurance co. won't cover people who are trying to kick the habit or some $hit-go figure?!?!) But, then your medical records will show that you are a depressed person which, (I would think) could hurt you if for some reason your medical records needed to be released for a job or something (not sure, can they do that?). But, from what I hear, There are ALOT of people on anti-depressants. Tracy
No need to worry...your medical records are between you and your doctor.
And yes...there are a LOT of people on some type of antidepressents. And a lot more that should be on them. I personally was on Paxil for a few months a few years ago - worked great! I know somebody who just started a round of Zoloft - I'm hoping they start feeling better soon.
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G-Force~ Are you sure about that? How about Commercial Pilot's & Flight Attendants? Or Police Officer's (Troutly help us out on this one). I'm almost positive they ask you to sign a form to release your medical records, upon handing in your application.

Hmmmm...interesting question. I mean REALLY...wouldn't you want to make sure that your Pilot doesn't have a problem with depression, where he could just fall apart at anytime?!?! I'm sure that there a ton of job's that could effect "us" if we were dealing with a depressed person!! Not sure...but, I am curious

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I didn't even think of that...so you're right....good question! If it was me, I'd only let my doctor release only what I'd want 'em to see.
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Old 07-18-2002, 12:56 PM
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Here's one of me since I quit smoking.....(Let me search for one from LOTO last yr. this time...eeeeek!!)
So, don't be afraid of weight gain when you decide to quit!!!
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Old 07-18-2002, 01:17 PM
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OMG...I can't believe I'm showing this....pretty much the same shot....
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I quit smoking a little while ago and found that doing cardio keeps me from going back to it. Always lifted weights but never really did cardio. When I quit I started by walking on a treadmill. I slowly started jogging once I started to get my wind. Now I'm addicted. Makes me feel 100 times better than smoking (tons more energy) and helps keep the weight off.
 
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Troutly...may I?

Grrrrrrr...baby...grrrrrrr!

You're a lucky man Todd!!
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What G-Force said
 
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Old 07-18-2002, 01:25 PM
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I wonder if this Zyban stuff would work for someone who uses "Smokeless Tobacco"? Anybody know of someone who tried the drug for that?
 
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CONSINTRACY,YOU ARE IN FACT,STILL SMMMMMOOOOKKKKKIIIIIINNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!
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