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Cymbalta + SSRI a wise idea? Any experience?

Posted by utopizen on October 12, 2004, at 17:33:44

It's new, so anyone know of any anecdotes or studies with Cymbalta combined with an SSRI or antipsychotic or Lamictal or Lithium?

I can't take Lamictal, it causes me a rash. Lithium I haven't tried, but at 300mg is suppose to really boost an antidepressant's effect.

I've got ADD, soc. anx. dis., and depression. Severe procrastionation to boot. Not tried Cymbalta yet, maybe I might continue with Lexapro at 20mg for another month (or double it to 40mg this week and give that a month) before calling it quits and switching to Cymbalta.

I've also got some Selegiline and DLPA on the way. Plan to take 10mg of Selegiline/day + 1500mg of DLPA. Study found to be an extremely effective combo in patients who are treatment-resistant depressives.

Unlike all the other smart drug hype, the DLPA+Selegiline combo actually makes sense if you walk through the chemical reactions going on and what each do to one another.

I'm not someone to just take smart drugs because it "sounds" like it makes sense.




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