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Re: non-sedating med for BP2?

Posted by cybercafe on July 22, 2004, at 1:08:19

In reply to Re: non-sedating med for BP2?, posted by Lyrical13 on July 21, 2004, at 7:06:09

> My doc didn't want to take any chance with the Lamictal rash because of the possibility of Steven Johnson's syndrome. The rash I got looked just like the SJ rash and it got worse the longer I was on the med.
> I'll definitely talk to my doc about Trileptal. It sounds like a good bet. The problem with Effexor is that it made me really manic. After being on it in combo with Seroquel the mania-inducing properties seemed to be even worse. And I got SO incredibly irritable. Abilify sounds like it might be a good option to try too.
> For me, Seroquel got more and more sedating. I almost fell down my stairs when going to the bathrooom in the middle of hte night. I was literally holding onto the walls to keep from falling down while walking. And there were a lot of neurological side effects...short term memory, word finding problems etc. And at the higher dose I started gettting a rash. Where Seroquel worked beautifully for me was at about 50 mg to augment the Effexor when I was severely depressed. It turned the depression around quickly.
> Thanks again for your thoughts.

abilify is the best mood stabilizer i have ever taken... YMMV
i am down to 1/8th of a 15 mg pill and have been on this dose for quite a while (months?) ...




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