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Re: Seratonin weirdness

Posted by Cate H on October 26, 2001, at 8:27:35

In reply to Re: Seratonin weirdness Cate H, posted by JohnX2 on October 26, 2001, at 1:05:40

Well, yeah, it is like "dreaming" while I'm awake, and
it is none-to-pleasant. These memories, or images come at
me so quickly I don't have time to put them in any
kind of perspective as to what they really are.
Sometimes they're so vivid, so intense, I'm remembering
all these incredible details, but I can't place faces
or locations or the sounds or the smells. When they
become THAT overwhemling I just faint. Nothing
like this has EVER happened to me before in my life.
I was on Prozac for a couple of years, way back, and
never had any problems. Ditto for Paxil.

I'm on Zoloft for Fibromyalgia (for once in my life
I'm not depressed, and my doctor puts me on anti-
depressants to treat Fibro...)

I don't think these are supressed memories. If anything,
it's more like my conscious mind is tapping into
some unconscious part of my brain, maybe stores
even where dreams memories reside? It sounds too
weird.

I mean all this sounds REALLY REALLY weird. I'm a very average
basically normal human being. I'm wondering how
I might find out if any research has been done on
psychological side effects of some anti-depressants,
particularly the stirring of these deep mental
images/memories. It really is disturbing. I think
I'd rather have the weight gain for a side effect.


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