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Self-Injury (picking, bite lips, twisting hair)

Posted by RG on June 9, 1999, at 10:05:20

I am on 40 mgs of Celexa (Prozac wasn't working too well) also, 45 mgs of Buspar divided at three times in the day. I have been looking into Naltrexone due to this embarrassing little habit of always twisting hair, picking or scratching at chest, scalp and back and/or biting my lips. It is bugging me a lot. Could Naltrexone help with this?? My depression is mostly a melencholia/dysthymia. I am a recovering alcoholic and have been sober for 2.5 years. Celexa may be starting to improve mood some, but too early to tell. I just would like to start having some enjoyment and fun in my life. Any Advice will be heard.




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