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Re: Need help want depression and impulses in control SLS

Posted by jalapeno on September 7, 2016, at 18:12:35

In reply to Re: Need help want depression and impulses in control jalapeno, posted by SLS on September 7, 2016, at 15:51:05

Doctor has already added Klonopin 0.5mg to take as required, two days ago. I took two tablets day before to help with sleep. I had suggested Saphris to doc once and she said she feels that it is not a drug to give for me.

I will consider thiothixene. As for your question about my difficulties with other drugs, let me just say that I have gone through a lot, from very painful muscle problems from dystonia to tightening of esophagus and constipation to severe burning sensations in my head and feelings of lava floating in my body (on ris and olanzapine resp.) and disturbed thoughts and existential crises feeling everything was evil (on quetiapine) to severe akathisia (on multiple drugs). I don't have the mind right now to go into specifics. And many which I mentioned like the mood stabilizers imperfectly controlled symptoms in the first place and did not prove useful. And more to the point, the goal should also be to get rid of the neglect inside me that prevents me from doing any sort of useful work which none yet have done so even acceptably.

I've posted here before some time ago and I like your and other's insight. Thank you SLS.

> Navane (thiothixene) is an excellent suggestion. I am wondering if adding Klonopin (clonazepam) would help.
> I was going to suggest adding Trileptal (oxcarbazepine), but you mentioned that you found Tegretol (carbamazaemine) to be intolerable. Trileptal can work well to aid in impulse control and prevent rage-attacks.
> You describe your being intolerant of a great many drugs. Can you be more specific in your descriptions of what your negative reactions were to each drug?
> Have you tried Saphris (asenapine) yet? I have seen a combination of Navane + Saphris work well for someone who has schizoaffective disorder. She is in remission.
> - Scott




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