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Re: smaller dosages can be therapeutic Lyrical13

Posted by griswald on June 1, 2004, at 18:21:22

In reply to smaller dosages can be therapeutic griswald, posted by Lyrical13 on May 29, 2004, at 22:20:35

For me the only thing that has worked is to keep trying to tweek small amounts of different medications. I'm bipolar II, too and finding an AD that doesn't cause rapid cycling has been really difficult. Right now I'm taking ultra small doses of Wellbutrin and it is helping. Mood stabilizers control the hypomania, but I will get breakthrough depressions without an AD. Lamictal has been very helpful. Are you sure it's the depakote that is making you depressed? Could it just be a breakthrough depression? I had a doctor that wasn't sensitive to us "statistical outliers" and was able to get a knew one who was willing to work with me. That was essential.




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