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Re: GHB(xyrem) vs. ALCOHOL memantine,DXM Michael Bell

Posted by btnd on May 29, 2004, at 19:30:56

In reply to Re: GHB(xyrem) vs. ALCOHOL memantine Q zeugma, posted by Michael Bell on May 29, 2004, at 16:33:12

> >
> I know you asked about Provigil. I haven't taken that...

I haven't taken it neither. Because of the price & my insurance doesn't cover it.


> I'm wondering maybe I've become tolerant to the prosocial effects and if adding memantine to the combo will alleviate that. I'm expecting a shipment of memantine to arrive shortly, so I'll keep the board posted.


Please do so! Or before your shipment arrives, you might try AmeSansVie's patent on DXM at 60mg/day (another NDMA antagonist, just like memantine) to lower tolerance to it.
Or maybe you would be better responder to Dexedrine.
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> Thanks for the info about xyrem, I have looked at the PI sheets and followed some of the links which are very useful.
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> > It seems that Xyrem and benzodiazepines are contraindicted. Also, TCA's (because they are sedatives). Xyrem, like clonazepam, caused depression in some who participated in clinical trials, unsure what to make of this. Clonazepam may have aggravated my condition in some ways but improved it in others, I agree with you that it is not pro-social at all. In fact I want to isolate even more on it. But as I told my pdoc yesterday, it makes me feel more 'normal' around others, and nothing has ever had anything like this effect.
> >
> > Have you ever tried Provigil? Does Provigil cause a pro-social effect, and if so, how does it compare to amphetamine?
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