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Re: What do TRD patients take without an MAIO linkadge

Posted by pedr on December 2, 2019, at 10:07:39

In reply to Re: What do TRD patients take without an MAIO, posted by linkadge on December 2, 2019, at 9:15:25

Hi Linkadge,

I suffer from inattentive ADD - I can't read more than a sentence, I get disinterested very quickly and so on. I also have severe TRD (I just failed Ketamine therapy).

Anyway, can you post a link where I can buy PEA e.g. amazon?

I tried Nardil 3 times and Parnate once. I responded to Nardil only when a stimulant was added. That was wonderful whilst it lasted but then the PDoc got cold feet :( The other times on Nardil and the Parnate were horrific. I was incredibly depressed, even at very high doses.

Cheers, Pedr

> I have a bottle of PEA which I use periodically when nothing else works. I prefer it to an MAO-B inhibitor because of half life (much shorter and hence interferes less with sleep).
> The problem is that most doctors just throw SSRIs at you and don't really listen to insights gathered through 'experimentation'.
> I have issues with attention (either bipolar or ADHD). Interestingly PEA calms me down rather than revs me up. It also clears my head and allows me to concentrate (i.e. read for more than 5-10 min at a time).
> Linkadge

TRD, TR OCD since 1996.
Meds: 40 Fetzima, 30 Lexapro, 30 Ritalin, 60 Adderall, 2.5 Abilify, 45 Buspar (OCD/GAD), 300 Lyrica, 150 Trazodone (sleep), 40 Percocet (Chronic Pain)
Ad hoc: 2 Ativan




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