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Re: Review Of My Medication Regimen; Advise Needed

Posted by LouisianaSportsman on October 12, 2014, at 13:57:53

In reply to Re: Review Of My Medication Regimen; Advise Needed, posted by oceansun on October 12, 2014, at 12:16:32

> I wish I could help. I have some of the same questions as you, such whether tricyclics could be a replacement for Remeron.
> I guess I wouldn't discontinue Zoloft right now if you're not in a good place only because of discontinuation symptoms. Going higher on propranolol may help anxiety more, but you risk sedation, though you could find out in a matter of days. Lyrica might be better than gabapentin in that it's supposed to be "stronger" but I don't know what benefits you're getting from it. It can cause weight gain, supposedly more than gabapentin. You could go higher on Topamax for the weight control, but it has pretty nasty side effects the higher you go. Abilify did cause prediabetes in me.
> Have you ever tried Lamictal? It seems to help a lot of people with everything. Or another standard anticonvulsant?
> I wish you the best in your search and in your stay.

I have tried lamotrigine a long time ago and stayed on 200mg. for awhile as a maintenance dosage because I was prescribed maxed out dosages of amphetamine salts and modafinil (as well as clonazepam) and my PDOC at the time would only write that if I was on lamotrigine 200mg. I ate it everyday and was titrated off of it by my next PDOC (complicated situation with DEA arose with me (see treatment)) I felt better coming off of it, honestly. I can no longer be prescribed stimulants or benzos and I'm not sure about pregabalin due to my situation.

You shared very crucial information and advise, BTW. I will definitely take it into consideration. I appreciate your post and insight.


Substance Use Disorder Without Physiological Dependence - In A Controlled Environment

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder - Predominantly Inattentive Presentation

Bipolar Disorder NED with Mixed Features

* Characteristics of Antisocial Personality Disorder

* Characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorder - A3 - Level 1


I should have added this to my original post, amateur mistake.




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