I only mentioned the drug being "Placebo" because they do substitute antidepressant drugs...such as Celexa (because it's relatively new on the market) with Placebo pills during the course of the therapy treatment period to see if the patient is being helped by the medication, or NOT.
I know that a Placebo pill is a "sugar pill"...which is why I followed the statment with a "
" emoticon. :chuckle But...it's always good to double check a nurse from time to time to make sure we are on our tippy toes...especially when it comes to understanding the reactions and effects of a prescription drug. :kiss
If the pill were a "Placebo" pill, then I would have to rule out the possibility of that pill being the cause of my reaction yesterday evening, and would have to look at another possibility for the reaction I had. As a former clinical instructor, I like to throw "hum-ditties" into my post to see how sharp nurses really are around this here place, and eak16...you...passed my "hum-ditty" inspection. :kiss
Stillllll waiting on that ride to check out my medication though. Has anyone heard from my hubby by chance?
Don't mind me...I'm on a Benadryl + Allegra high right now.