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Darned dyslexic fingers, Depakote, GHB and sleep

Posted by cache-monkey on May 7, 2005, at 23:15:20

In reply to Re: Nardil-why only this drug is a GABA transamina BIGDaddyachmed69, posted by cache-monkey on May 7, 2005, at 22:59:37

Er, I mean GHB. GHB.

Wow. Typing's been a bit more tricky since going on Depakote. Kind of odd. But so has been my whole experience with that particular drug.

Actually, thinking about the Depakote-GHB connection, my sleep has worsened dramatically since starting Depakote. Both getting to sleep and staying asleep. Wonder if this this has to do with the anti-narcoleptic effects of GHB.


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