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Re: Question for Parnate users Morhoun

Posted by blueberry on November 19, 2006, at 18:35:51

In reply to Question for Parnate users, posted by Morhoun on November 19, 2006, at 13:17:50

You might try solian (amisulpride) or ritalin. Ritalin would probably do well with you, based on adderall experience, but requires more frequent dosing. Solian stimulates dopamine at low doses (50mg-100mg) and is clinically researched for depression, anxiety, and dysthymia. It can be ordered overseas.

Sometimes merely shoring up neurotransmitters makes some of us feel more depressed. Like me. Sometimes blocking receptors works better. And sometimes stimulating the release and firing of neurotransmitters works better. Parnate is going to shore them up, like your other meds did, by a different mechanism.

It is just my opinion but I think there is a fair percentage of unipolar patients who actually respond better to bipolar strategies, such as prozac/zyprexa combo.




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