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B12 shot caused a relapse / (Nardil 90)

Posted by PeterMartin on June 6, 2018, at 10:52:18

I've been on Nardil for 4 months now. Today marks 1 month at 90mg. It's been a total rollercoaster with good days and bad days. I had high hopes that going up to 90 would finally get me some consistency at feeling better. I did extremely well on Marplan for the past 7 years and everyone talks about how Nardil is the stronger med.

On Saturday (~3days ago) I was w/ my GF at a clinic and got a B12 shot. I'm also taking Metformin to try to hold off weight gain and Met is said to decrease B12. After getting the B12 shot my mood tanked a lot a few hours later. I got extremely anxious and slept pretty much all day Sunday. Monday and Tuesday were similar - less sleep but I still felt _horrible_.

I feel like I'm doing a little better today but it's like I'm completely unable to feel good.

I found one old thread where Scott (hope you read this) mentioned he had a bad reaction to B12 where Bleaberry chimed in about B12 shots causing a relapse (

Has anyone had this happen? It seems like 6 days is what it'll take to get over it :( At the moment Nardil doesn't seem to be doing anything at all. Any idea if it'll kick back in once the excess b12 leaves my system? I'd been weary of taking B6 since I know it can deactivate Nardil but this B12 reaction was a total surprise and really sucks.....

Thanks for any support. I probably just need to wait but I'm open to any suggestions.




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