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Re: Trintellix for rage disorder?

Posted by SLS on December 1, 2019, at 10:28:00

In reply to Trintellix for rage disorder?, posted by cadburyhesychasm on October 11, 2019, at 13:20:05

> Do you think following the theory of 5-ht1b heteroreceptor activation attenuating aggression, vortioxetine might work for my intermittent explosive behaviour (destruction of property, screaming, official diagnosis schizoaffective but just rage and depression). Is it a partial agonist at that receptor, meaning the dose must be kept low or it starts to have antagonist instead of activating effects? if so what dose do you think might be suitable to keep the receptor activated sufficiently?
> Any knowledge or info on the subject? thanks a lot

You might want to look into anticonvulsants, particularly Trileptal (oxcarbazepine) and Tegretol (carbamazepine). Of the two, Tegretol is the most studied, but has more side effects than Trileptal, including agranulocytosis, for which regular blood tests are required.

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