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Re: A possible explaination.

Posted by owensmar on August 30, 2004, at 19:03:41

In reply to Re: A possible explaination., posted by linkadge on August 30, 2004, at 15:42:57

> Well, like the tryciclics, effexor causes adaptive changes in the dopamine d2/d3 systemts. It actually increases their responsivness. This change takes a while and is generally why anhedonia is the last and often most difficult symtpom to ameliorate. You could try adding some wellbutrin, a stimulant or dopamine agonist to try and improve the anhedonia.
Linkadge, if you don't mind my asking, how do you know all this stuff? Have you just had to educate yourself as a survival mechanism (as I'm doing) or are you in the sciences?

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