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TMS

TMS

A MyDepressionTeam Member said:

I almost looked into TMS once but then I got better when I got a part time job that made me feel worthwhile and lifted my depression quite a lot . .

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posted 3 months ago
A MyDepressionTeam Member said:

Looked into it. Wanted to try it. My insurance won’t cover it. It costs over $5,000. Not happening!

edited, originally posted 3 months ago
A MyDepressionTeam Member said:

TMS is amazing!!
I had exhausted all options. Meds were not working very well at all.
Long story short, I feel WONDERFUL!
It has been 6 long years and I had lost all hope,, I could not imagine living, not really just existing ,, the rest of my life feeling like I did@
TMS saved my life. I started feeling a difference in about 2 weeks . I was really amazed!
I had 36 treatments, my insurance covered all except co-pays.
Total cost that I pay is 2100.00 and they set up a payment plan for us.
I am not working and not collecting anything so the payment plan was great!
PLEASE look into TMS Treatment , there is HOPE !! It does work.
TMS = Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. I have No side effects!!

edited, originally posted 3 months ago
A MyDepressionTeam Member said:

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. Therapists use magnets to stimulate the brain and stop depression. Don’t know if it works or if insurance covers it, but it is FDA approved.

posted 3 months ago
A MyDepressionTeam Member said:

Hello! I’m currently using TMS and my insurance does cover it. I’ve had 10 treatments so far and concurrently tapered off Effexor XR 300 mg to 75 mg. I’ve posted pics of a pamphlet in another thread that can be found under my name.

edited, originally posted 3 months ago
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