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Re: why is buspar not an 'antipsychotic'? Penny

Posted by Ritch on May 29, 2002, at 23:39:19

In reply to Re: why is buspar not an 'antipsychotic'?, posted by Penny on May 29, 2002, at 13:18:58

> >Watch out for any hostility reaction. It made me very, very hostile!
>
> In what way? I'm feeling very agitated since starting buspar and ending Wellbutrin. Totally blew up at the kids I nanny for last night, which is highly uncharacteristic of me. But I have a lot of stress in my life (looking for a new job, moving, etc) right now so I'm not sure what's causing me to feel like I'm feeling...meds or stress or a combination of both? I don't even know my dose...I'm taking so much right now I've lost track...
>
> Penny


I didn't feel agitated in the sense that I was anxious while taking Buspar. I felt a very peculiar lack of anxiety, but everybody got under my skin in a big way. It was like instead of being intimidated by other people's *perceived* inappropriate hostility, I was the one that was dishing out inappropriate hostility to everybody else. I guess a good way to describe it was being argumentative and difficult without being timid or worried by the consequences of my argumentativeness. I just didn't have much impulse control at all. It was like being totally pissed about everything and I didn't *care* about other people's feelings.

Mitch


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