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Re: primary negative symptoms schizophrenia

Posted by bleauberry on June 28, 2008, at 20:22:24

In reply to Re: primary negative symptoms schizophrenia bleauberry, posted by mav27 on June 28, 2008, at 1:05:45

> Do you (or anyone) know if abilify has been shown to be effective in relieving negative symptoms?
> Amisulpride worked for me for a while but then seemed to stop, i actually found 25mg worked better than 50mg for me.

I don't know actually. I assume anything that tweaks the dopamine circuits one way or another has a better chance than something else at targeting negative symptoms. Abilify with its mixed dopamine agonist/antagonist properties as well as serotonergic properties sounds to me, on paper anyway, like an appropriate choice. Maybe mixed with amisulpride?

Prozac+adrafinil was pretty good on negative symptoms for me for a long time. Other people have had similar success with Modafinil added to ssris, or by itself.




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