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  1. If somebody has epilepsy, is it still possible to have ECT when all other treatments have failed for depression?
  2. I was told by a psychiatrist that the new theory about ECT is that it "basically fries the brain". Is this accurate?
  3. Can someone with treatment refractory depression who also has a mild learning disability try ect or could it make the learning disability worse?
  4. A family member who suffers from severe depression is presently going through 3 ECT treatments a week. This person is also on 45 mg. of Remiron and .25 mg. of Haldol. Her symptoms are getting worse. She is terrified of the treatments, has gotten more ...
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