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Re: (Really) Cold water..back in the day..

Posted by Lamdage22 on December 2, 2021, at 13:05:34

In reply to Re: (Really) Cold water..back in the day.., posted by undopaminergic on December 2, 2021, at 12:19:20

> > At least you have internet there. What was the reason for hospitalization?
> >
> Originally, I don't know really, but I was out for a particularly long walk to an unsual location and in the middle of the night. To put it short, I guess you could say I was acting out of character or just in a way that alarmed someone. The hospital I was at first sent me to the current hospital because they thought I was unmanageable; notably, I escaped to another country (and was sent back), and I threw a computer monitor onto the floor to illustrate my dissatisfaction with a conversation with a doctor.

The doctors care more about odd or angry behavior than anhedonia, even if you feel the anhedonia is worse. If you act out in a damaging way, they are on the hot seat. Ontop of that, some stuff is hard to live with when you are ok again and think: What the hell did I do...

> Normalising dopaminergic neurotransmission would be a good start for the treatment of many disorders, but I don't think drugs can do it, and even if they did, the problem is likely not just dopamine.
> Abilify did nothing for me, but pramipexole was the only drug that ever relieved my anhedonia.

Did it have side effects? What made you quit?

Seroquel 700mg
Zyprexa 22.5mg
Lithium 225mg
Metformin 2000mg




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