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Re: Has anyone successfully treated anhedonia? Economist

Posted by SLS on August 9, 2011, at 6:29:12

In reply to Has anyone successfully treated anhedonia?, posted by Economist on August 7, 2011, at 20:51:56

If you get stuck, you could try supliride or amisulpride. Each drug is a preferential dopamine D2 autoreceptor antagonist, and might be of more help for treating the Deficit Syndrome than other APs. Geodon can be activating, but it is not always a pleasant effect. Search the Internet for "deficit syndrome" (including quotation marks). It might explain residual anhedonia along with the other negative symptoms that persist.


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