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Re: Must I stop my beloved Nardil????? SLS

Posted by ace on April 16, 2004, at 1:30:03

In reply to Re: Must I stop my beloved Nardil?????, posted by SLS on April 15, 2004, at 10:08:07

> Risperdal is a strange beast. For some people it works wonders for refractory OCD. For others, however, it actually induces OCD. I know it's not the prettiest drug in the world, but if you want to tackle the OCD bad enough, it might be worth a quick trial.
Ill keep it in mind.

> By the way, what exactly are your symptoms of OCD?
> - Scott

Scott, my symptoms are atypical and refractory at the moment.


1. Reality Testing and cognition remain firmly it is not a psychosis.

2. All symptoms are ego-dystonic and painful.


1. an idea comes into my head that it will be 'bad' if i do this or that. then this thought comes and says 'yes' to the bad thought. But i have to 'protect' myself from the 'bad' thought and say 'no' over it before the 'yes' gets in.

Get it?! Wierd huh?

2. I can ruminate on past 'bad' thoughts which have 'come through' and been said 'yes' too. Like if i write a essay a thought will come and try and defile this essay. If the bad thought gets said 'yes' too, i then have very strong negative, stifling, and painful sensations to do with this essay. it hurts and stifles any feeling of growth accomplashment, etc.

I know this seem to make no sense but who said OCD makes sense!

3. More 'normal' OCD- hoarding, checking, etc

4. I have OCPD too.

Tell me what you think Scott. I respect you bro.

Do you think Zyprexa 10mg is worth a shot?





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