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Re: welbutrin not so well and seroquel not so sleepy bonsavant

Posted by hrguru on May 3, 2010, at 5:24:55

In reply to Re: welbutrin not so well and seroquel not so sleepy, posted by bonsavant on May 2, 2010, at 16:17:21

Hello Bonsavant :)

It's great to hear you are sleeping much better and are depression-free! Though it sounds like getting there was quite difficult for you. Many of us here have had similar struggles with finding the right medication. But I am so glad you have found something that works! :) How rewarding and comforting that must feel for you. I've been there myself.

I have a question, if you don't mind. What has been your experience with lithium? It's supposed to be the gold standard for bipolar treatment, and I was just wondering if you're still taking it, and if so- what the side effects were/are like? Only if you mind sharing, of course ;)

By the way, I've never been a fan of ambien, and I hear that it can be addictive? Not sure about that, but I do take Lunesta on occasion for insomnia (as it is not supposed to be habit-forming or addictive). Some people don't find it to be effective, but it may be because you have to take it on a completely empty stomach or it won't work. I think it works great! Plus, you wake up feeling totally refreshed, and not at all drowsy in the morning. Has your doctor ever mentioned it?




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