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Re: To SLS - clorgyline and imidazoline undopaminergic

Posted by linkadge on January 3, 2020, at 17:29:02

In reply to Re: To SLS - clorgyline and imidazoline, posted by undopaminergic on January 3, 2020, at 10:45:26

>This pattern of "helps my depression -- BUT alas X" >seems to be a recurrent theme in your >experimentation. In contrast to my not unusual >pattern of "BUT it stopped working", yours seems to >be "BUT had X adverse effect". I don't recall ever >having to stop an effective antidepressant >treatment for reasons of adverse effects.

Look, I save the gory details for my own personal business. I don't need to overwhelm people here with all the technical details. Also, FYI, I don't want to negatively impact other people's impressions of a medication before they take it.

So, for example...

Trimipramine. Yes it worked. However, it is also one of the genotoxic TCAs. I'm sorry, but I need a medication that I can take long term! I don't want to just get settled on a medication that I just get to respond to and then find out that it could give me cancer 20 years down the road. Sorry - deal breaker!

However, again, I don't want to give all the gory details because I don't want to negatively influence other people's response to a medication. But if you demand the details then the example I have of trimipramine is one.

So as for why I chose to stop taking agmatine - short answer - none of your business!





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