The boring life of Jerod Poore, Crazymeds' Chief Citizen Medical Expert.

All Crazy Meds Are Now Ratable

Here are the last of them.  I think.  All meds should be ratable.  (sodium valproate)  (valproic acid)  (trazodone)  (reboxetine)  (nefazodone)  (imipramine)

Now I get to figure out why the fuck Crazy Meds does not show up AT ALL when you ask Google about Effexor or Prozac.  And I'm not just bitching about the first 20 or 50 results.  I'm talking about all 500 results for Effexor and 800 results for Prozac.  Fraudulent pharmacies who use crazymeds in their SEO spam show up, but not my fucking site!      

But wait, there's more!

More ratable meds are up:

New Feature on Crazy Meds: Rating Meds

You can now rate medications on #crazymeds. Most of them anyway, as I roll this out. A single, overall zero-to-five rating on a scale of #sucksdonkeydong to live-saving is far more cathartic than useful. It's really an experiment. If it works I'll try to get multiple 0-to-10 scales for efficacy, side effects, etc. So rate away on:

... and probably some that I've missed.