Psychiatrist Theodore Henderson kept getting highly fatigued adolescents diagnosed with treatment resistant depression referred to him …who did not meet the criteria for depression.
Read why one Colorado psychiatrist believes many adolescents diagnosed with treatment resistant depression actually have ME/CFS – which can be treated successfully with antivirals.
Check it out on the Simmaron Rising Blog
▪ Treatment Resistant Depression or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Child Psychiatrist Finds Success With Antivirals
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I wrote to my physician, Dr. Player at MUSC and left a message with Dr. Henderson. I would like Dr. Player to at least look this over. Sounds promising. Thanks.
Good luck David. 🙂
I have depression that does not seem to be helped, like the adolescence that Dr.
Henderson is talking about. I need help desperately, my CFS and virus’s and
gene mutation are messing up my nuerotransmitters so bad. I ‘m crying out for any
advice or help. My wellbutrin does not work for me anymore. Please help!!