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Re: Medications that don't touch the 5HT1 receptor?

Posted by tiopenster on June 4, 2015, at 1:00:52

In reply to Re: Medications that don't touch the 5HT1 receptor?, posted by tom2228 on June 4, 2015, at 0:43:49

It's not so crazy when you think that I react the same way to Lexapro, Zoloft, Cymbalta, Serzone, Buspar, Effexor, Paxil, Nortryptiline. I would feel great within 24 hours and then it would spiral out of control into increased anxiety, depression, manic or normal. Rapid cycling multiple times a day. The common thread in there is the 5ht1 receptor.

I've confirmed this theory with Insidon (Opipramol) which doesn't affect 5ht1. I didn't feel great immediately, rather a slow and gradual response with it kicking in after about a week. We'll see if it holds, but that's how these meds are "supposed" to work. I would just like a medicine similar to this that I can buy in America.

Zyprexa works for me, but makes me a zombie.

Lyrica worked excellent for me for 2 weeks. 100% great, but then stopped working.

Methylfolate worked 100% on any depression I've had, but the anxiety is tougher to treat (for me). I would really recommend anyone with depression trying Deplin of methylfolate. Could be a real game changer.




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