Dying for a Cure: A Memoir of Antidepressants, Misdiagnosis and Madness

  • Title: Dying for a Cure: A Memoir of Antidepressants, Misdiagnosis and Madness
  • Author: Rebekah Beddoe
  • ISBN: 9781741664782
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dying for a Cure A Memoir of Antidepressants Misdiagnosis and Madness Shortly after the birth of her daughter Rebekah Beddoe was diagnosed with post natal depression Two years later she was taking six different drugs This is a powerful memoir of the nightmarish three y
    Shortly after the birth of her daughter, Rebekah Beddoe was diagnosed with post natal depression Two years later she was taking six different drugs This is a powerful memoir of the nightmarish three years Rebekah endured as she was repeatedly misdiagnosed, only to realise that it was her medication that was causing her illness.

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    1. A truly terrifying story about how medical misdiagnosis ruined years of a woman's life. After the birth of her child, she was misdiagnosed with postnatal depression and put on andtidepressants. While they take several days (not sure of the exact time frame) to kick in, the side effects can kick in earlier. Thus, as someone who wasn't actually clinically depressed, the drugs affected her differently, actually causing severe depression and self harm. So began a cycle of diagnoses and drugs that mi [...]

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    2. A page turner, a shocking insight into the deception and manipulation wielded by pharmaceutical companies, and the passive acceptance of "infomercials" by our health system, and health workers, including psychiatrists, who emprisoned, manipulated and mismanaged a young exhausted mother. Shame shame shame

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    3. Reason for skepticismThis book should give everyone pause who is involved with mental health. Recognition of how much messages regarding mental health are tailored to sell medication is important. The author's admonition to monitor feelings/behavior before and after starting medication would be an important corrective to blindly accepting that only the "disease" may cause problems. Would recommend this book to anyone considering taking psych meds.

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    4. Amazing read. Both heart wrenching and inspiring. Certainly gives food for thought on the commonly disseminated information on psychiatric medication.

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