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Re: Clozapine not working now what????? Jeroen

Posted by bleauberry on July 7, 2008, at 19:48:57

In reply to Clozapine not working now what?????, posted by Jeroen on July 7, 2008, at 15:33:25

Of the two options you mentioned, definitely amisulpride, then sulpiride.

But, I wouldn't be honest if I didn't say I think your options are a lot greater than antipsychotics. I don't know why you are being stuck in such a limited arena. If excess dopamine activity was involved in your symptoms, the APs up to this point would have done a lot more than they did. It aint dopamine man, and that's just my humble unscientific opinion, not knowing you or your doctors or anything. All I know is pure logic...when a bunch of antipsychotics don't do the job, then it is something else that is wrong. Profound resistant symptoms can be caused by such silly things as a faulty magnesium circuitry, requiring healthy doses of magnesium glycinate; or an excess accumulation of copper (talk about psychosis) requiring high doses of zinc+B6 to clear it out.

Sorry, don't mean to sound any particular way, it's just very frustrating to see someone stuck in such a small confined area of treatment when there are OTHER causes of your symptoms. If someonoe thinks antipsychotics are the only things that can treat psychosis or schizo-like symptoms, they are dead wrong.

> Clozapine not working now what?????
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> psychosis worse too
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> Options are, Sulpiride, Impromen
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