What is Dysthymia?

A chronic mood disorder manifested as depression for most of the day, more days than not, accompanied by some of the following symptoms: poor appetite or overeating, insomnia or hypersomnia, low energy or fatigue, low self-esteem, poor concentration, difficulty making decisions, and feelings of hopelessness.

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thank you can you please tell me if drinking contaiminated water of tce and pce in very high levels 240-3,400 ppb cause this condition of dysthymia...

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Hello, and thanks for your question.

Yes, adults consuming water contaminated with TCE and/or PCE have...

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I have been using a low dose (.37mg) of Xanax only at night for chronic insomnia and mild anxiety for a number of years and 1 Fioracet daily for...

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No these don't result in dysthymia.

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Hello thanks for asking from HCM

I can understand your concern. You are on low...

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Hi Dr XXXXXXX heijebu..
I was diagnosed Dysthymia 10 days back.I was given Talo -s once daily and Tab.Loricon once daily for 3 months.Is this ok.Do...

doctor1 MD

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You are on excellent medication for Dysthymia.

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Hi Sir,

Welcome to HCM,

I can understand your concern.

Right now you...

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