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Re: Neuroleptic weight gain dose dependend? Linearly?

Posted by undopaminergic on January 7, 2021, at 5:10:30

In reply to Re: Neuroleptic weight gain dose dependend? Linearly?, posted by Lamdage22 on January 7, 2021, at 3:25:54

I don't want to come off as difficult, but do you know you are difficult to read when you're responding in reverse order? The convention most of us are used to is to quote first and then reply below; alternatively, to type your whole reply at the top and quote the whole message below.

> > I've still tried several drugs that helped, substantially, but not completely. And I have yet to try an unselective MAOI.
> Are you taking them now? It may land you in the loony bin.

I'm taking the one I discovered most recently, trimipramine. I'm also on sulpiride, but that is pointless because it lost its stimulant effect. The others, well, no, but I certainly want to be on some of them, especially the combo methylphenidate+buprenorphine; as you can imagine, it's hard to get a prescription for these.

As for drugs that can get you hospitalised, there is memantine and another NMDA-antagonist, methoxetamine. Memantine feels great when at its best, but it makes you manic, and that doesn't end well.

> > No, I think you just haven't had enough trial if that is the case.
> That is crazy.

Is it? Let's say you try every centrally active medication clinically available. That's hundreds. Do you really think none of them would help at all? I think that is only in theory.

> > Even you seem to have found reason to take a few medications.
> Found? The need to take them stems from previous medication.

But you had a reason to try the previous medication, right? If I recall correctly, it even worked for you until it went sour.

> There are people who have found less than you.

Certainly. There are people who resort to psychosurgery (deep brain stimulation). Many more kill themselves.

> > Are you saying trimipramine has adverse effects on sexual function? News to me!
> >
> I am.

OK. There are numerous potential side effects of most medications. No-one gets all of them. But you know that.





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