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Re: magically stimulating? Zoloft+Buspar-Diane

Posted by JohnL on October 30, 1999, at 20:35:41

In reply to Re: magically stimulating? Zoloft+Buspar-JohnL, posted by Diane on October 30, 1999, at 17:09:29

> When you say " magically stimulating " what do you mean?
> I'm looking for stimulating BUT not the grit your teeth, coffee jitters, major heart attack
> type.
> Could you explain the stimulation you were experiencing in more detail, please?
> Thanks
> Diane

I'll try Diane. The word magical actually came from a doctor's description of this combo in Dr Bob's Pharm Tips. I emailed him several times to ask what HE meant by magical but never got a response.

Racing heart...yes. Not continuous, but in spells. Gritting Coffee jitters...kinda, sorta, in a way, maybe (I love that saying :) ) Sorry, I find it hard to describe. Just lots of energy, pep, get up and go. I had to keep on the move to keep up with what my body and my mind wanted to do. Not comfortable sitting still. Had to get up and do something. But that's just me. It was a bit much for my sensitivity and I was not able to stay with it for more than a week. Thus I never got a chance to see if it would have been magical or not. I remember a girl Ruth who used to come here who said she was "treading water" on Zoloft+Buspar. Nothing magical to her I guess. To me the combo was more stimulating than any amphetamine.




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