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Re: Inositol, Part II

Posted by Adam on December 10, 1999, at 12:36:54

In reply to Re: Inositol, Part II, posted by dove on December 10, 1999, at 9:05:06

What dosage did you try, dove? Did you feel there was a definite corrolation to your change in mood and the use of
inositol? Did the mood shift resemble what you went through with Prozac?

Sorry for the barrage of questions, and thank you in advance for any info. you can give! :)

> I actually tried inositol more than once to combat my depression and before I had sought professional help. I tried low dosage for 6 weeks or there abouts, and no results other than episodes of angry tears. Tried high dosage, very short lived maybe 3 weeks at the most due to extreme aggravation/depression/anger, really went nutso to say the least.
> The interesting part is the study Adam quoted, I am ADHD (along w/bipolar,Anxiety-panic, and OCD), and I didn't respond to prozac properly (according to my doc) either. So, maybe these things all correlate, maybe serotonin is not good for people with ADHD, or some other reason connected to what the SSRI's do? Ideas anyone?
> dove




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