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Re: 'Stable Self' an illussion.

Posted by Lamdage22 on November 16, 2020, at 4:31:29

In reply to Re: 'Stable Self' an illussion. undopaminergic, posted by jay2112 on November 15, 2020, at 14:45:55

Me too, it kind of started after 3 weeks into a Nardil trial. At first the changes were seen as positive. A lot of repressed emotions entered my mind. Then later it was not positive anymore to say the least. I am on the hefty regimen today probably because of my numerous Nardil (and one Parnate) trials. Psychosis gave me a way of venting my frustrations, which I couldn't in my normal state. But it got out of hand unfortunately. I did have really good times on Nardil, too, which made it hard to accept it was doing more bad than good.

Neuroleptics are a bitch to withdraw. I am doing it so slowly that I may never succeed. I just hope to cut daytime Seroquel out for the most part so I am not so cognitively impaired anymore.

It really doesn't help with studying.

> I think my power consumption of antidepressants is what built my 'perfect storm' setting for my psychosis.

Seroquel 700mg
Zyprexa 25mg :(
Trazodone 75mg
Venlafaxine 37.5mg
Metformin 2000mg
Lithium 225mg
Blueberries!!! and Orthomolecular




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