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Re: YES - Avoidant Personality and Amisulpride

Posted by med_empowered on March 30, 2006, at 14:05:31

In reply to Re: YES - Avoidant Personality and Amisulpride nutjob, posted by TomG on March 30, 2006, at 13:43:11

hi. From the sounds of things, a low-dose neuroleptic might be helpful; for some reason, they can be kind of "pro-social" in low doses w/o causing too many undesirable side effects. Have you considered maybe trying very low-dose Abilify? In my limited personal experience, very low doses seemed to smooth things over for a bit, so I was able to function. It was really one of the most positive experiences I've had on medication--the only downside is that it is still very much an antipsychotic, so all the fun neuroleptic side effects crept up after a while. Also..some people apparently benefit from as-needed use of antipsychotics. I can see how extreme psychic tension and anxiety that only partially responds to other methods could be helped by intermittent use of neuroleptics; perhaps that, too, is an option.

Have you tried Provigil? It might help with attentional stuff and help counteract ill effects on cognition from anything you choose to take.




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