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

Posted by tiopenster on June 13, 2015, at 0:31:54

In reply to Re: Medications that don't touch the 5HT1 receptor? tiopenster, posted by SLS on June 13, 2015, at 0:01:23

Yes, we have very similar responses. I'm sorry to hear that. It's maddening. I have one way that boosts serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine without the tachyphylaxis. Pardon me if you've already heard of it.

Have you been tested to find out if you have the MTHFR genetic polymorphism? I have two parts of the gene that are affected. When I started the treatment, my depression disappeared in 2 days. Simply google bipolar and MTHFR. There are a tone of resources out there that explains the connection. The treatment is methylfolate and methyl B12. Takes a couple weeks to find the right dose, but it seems to lift all the neurotransmitters for me without the tachyphylaxis. I wonder if it would be helpful for you.

Here's just one of a ton of articles https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-integrationist/201409/genetic-mutation-can-affect-mental-physical-health

Deplin is the prescription strength dose of methylfolate, but I wouldn't recommend starting with that. You can get lower doses over the counter. No one I talk to in real life knows about this, but it may be different on this board.


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