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Re: New US made Marplan now available... SLS

Posted by undopaminergic on February 3, 2020, at 3:11:37

In reply to Re: New US made Marplan now available... sigismund, posted by SLS on February 2, 2020, at 22:05:37

> a brief awakening. Not only did I have the energy to do things, but I had a strong desire to do things. It felt good to do things. Doing things was rewarding. My mind became active and sharp. The assertiveness and self-confidence that appeared was pretty cool, too. Food tasted better, colors were more vivid, and music was magical.
>

Wow, you're describing my initial response to pramipexole (Sifrol, Mirapex). Especially the parts about things being rewarding, food more tasty, colours more vivid, and music sounding magical. It also helped me take initiatives, which I suppose overlaps with a desire to do things. It helped my motor function as well, especially coordination, perhaps the speed in particular -- I could cram more motor actions into a shorter moment, even within a second!

> I will add Buspar now and then see what happens with Marplan. If we get stuck, he wants to switch me from nortriptyline (Pamelor) to trimipramine (Surmontil).
>

I'm currently on trimipramine, 100 mg, and it *seems* to be helping with mood. I can't recall having a negative thought in days! I don't seem to have a "mood" disorder any more. I can't say how much that is due to the trimipramine.

-undopaminergic


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