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Re: Testosterone sollution complete/partial remission? undopaminergic

Posted by Jay2112 on March 6, 2022, at 20:07:45

In reply to Re: Testosterone sollution complete/partial remission? Jay2112, posted by undopaminergic on March 6, 2022, at 11:31:42

> > > The possible HPA axis dysfunction was one of the reasons I started trimipramine. It reduces cortisol levels, and when it starts to wear off, the cortisol rises again. I take most of the dose at night, in an attempt to normalise the cortisol concentration curve.
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> > > -undopaminergic
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> >
> > Hi UD:
> >
> > Yes, I have tried trimipamine a few times, and seemed really good for sleep. Now, it has no AP qualities, correct? But it did feel a bit like say, a small dose of seroquel, Interesting....
> >
> > Jay
> Trimipramine has substantial antipsychotic properties. I recall reading about a German trial, where many psychotic patients could be discharged from hospital with trimipramine as their only antipsychotic.
> -undopaminergic

I will keep that in mind, if/when I search for a new med. Thanks!


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