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Re: Quick question on possible adjunct SLS

Posted by beckett2 on October 10, 2017, at 21:10:35

In reply to Re: Quick question on possible adjunct beckett2, posted by SLS on October 10, 2017, at 20:04:24

> Hi, Beckett2.
> What are the details of the genetic testing? How will the results be used?
> Do you find that Trintellix produces a noticeable improvement in clarity of thought?
> Have you considered intranasal ketamine? It works very well for people who have the val66val allele of the BDNF gene.
> Good luck!
> - Scott

This is above my pay grade. I think for MTHFR and psychiatric medications. My doctor is a real geek-- he can ramble on about chemistry, which I find a little endearing. I'll keep you posted.

Ketamine I've only read a little about here. Frankly, I cannot imagine not being depressed. The idea actually scares me which is kinda sad.

Regarding Trintellix, there was a near immediate positive effect when I transitioned from lexapro-- but I think lexapro has a baffling effect in general, so that might be some of it, idk.




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