It is a shame nardil users doesn't share their doctors and how they bought it. That is not fair and they are basically destroying somebodys life. Please guys. Don't do it. We need you.
I'm currently getting my Nardil from Dr. Gregory Buck, an Aurora GP. He's not familiar with the med, but he feels obligated to prescribe it because, as he puts it, "you can't just stop that med."
Dr. Buck sent to Vlado, a nice guy who doesn't actually do any therapy. He's just hoop #2 that I had to jump through to get to see an Aurora pdoc. He agreed that I was indeed disabled by SA and needed a pdoc. Aurora pdocs are in short supply. Vlado first set me up with Dr. Kim. I looked up Dr. Kim online and she gets reviews that include "avoid her at all costs." And it wasn't just one bad review, it was a whole slew of bad reviews that make me think she should be fired, preferably by a firing squad.
I call Vlado back about this issue and he gave me the number to call to schedule with a different pdoc. I ended up getting junior who's 30 miles away and I have to wait till mid April to see him. He has limited reviews online, probably because he's so young and hasn't been doing this for very long.
With the wonders of Aurora I have to wait till mid-April just to see a pdoc, who I refer to as "Junior" since he'll be the first doc I've ever had who was younger than me. I have a feeling that I'm going to have to explain to junior what an MAOI even is, since his world likely revolves around SSRIs. To him MAOIs are likely distant history.
If Dr. Junior want to take me off "dangerous" Nardil and put me on an SSRI/SNRI, he's going for a trip to the ER to remove my size 13 foot from his a**.