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Re: Hoping Nardil kicks in at 60 (wk3)

Posted by PeterMartin on April 22, 2018, at 0:12:25

In reply to Re: Hoping Nardil kicks in at 60 (wk3) PeterMartin, posted by SLS on April 20, 2018, at 10:43:08

Thanks for all the help Scott. It's good to know you didn't have a terrible experience on Zonegran. It's good to know it's a potential option.

So today was the best day I've had probably since I started Nardil. It's baffling. But today was "me" - in to my projects, not euphoric, but just on point. My weight was also miraculously down a bunch this morning. Perhaps the Metformin is working better - they say it can take months. I'm really hoping so.

The only real change I made was 1) giving Nardil more time at 75, 2) Switching back to Metformin ER Sun (instead of Teva), 3) Quickly returned to 100mg on Lamictal after a couple terrible days, and 4) I started taking cayenne pepper (Solaray 40,000) after meals a couple days ago to try to reduce my appetite.

Honestly it's probably just needing time to settle in. This trial of Nardil has been so up and down though I'm not certain my feeling of "self" will stay. I really hope so. I feel like I could be productive and social. Maybe this is Nardil really kicking in vs. a few spikes of that euphoria every talks about. I am about a month off of Nuvigil now (which I was on for a year and could take a toll on dopamine).

Fingers crossed once again that I stay well and manage to hold a steady weight.




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