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Re: Symptom Relief vs Cognitive Loss undopaminergic

Posted by SLS on September 2, 2020, at 11:42:11

In reply to Re: Symptom Relief vs Cognitive Loss, posted by undopaminergic on August 29, 2020, at 2:33:29

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> > After so many years of posting, I think we perhaps don't review our diagnosis and symptoms often enough.
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> I don't know. I pretty recently realised that I don't have what can reasonably be called a "mood" disorder. Then again, I don't recall mood ever being the main problem. I have cognitive impairment (trouble concentrating, working memory deficit, and forgetfulness/learning difficulty) and apathy (I feel empty (out of ideas), "tired" (trouble with energy) and I have no enthiusiasm or lust).
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> -undopaminergic

Are you currently taking an SSRI? I'm sure you know what they can do to enthusiasm and lust.

Vortioxetine (Trintellix) is well known to improve cognition, even in the absence of a mood disorder. Definitely something to investigate.


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