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Re: memantine for anhedonia?

Posted by g_g_g_unit on May 13, 2009, at 21:16:35

In reply to Re: memantine for anhedonia? g_g_g_unit, posted by Sigismund on May 13, 2009, at 18:59:09

i'd definitely be interested in hearing your experience. from my understanding, memantine seems to operate according to a bell-curve, so that one needs to achieve an optimum level of NDMA inhbition without further impairing memory, learning, etc. i guess i just a bit thrown by my GP's comment, since neither i nor my pdoc actually considered whether i might be over/underactive, though after uncovering the symptoms of the latter (i.e. negative schizophrenic) i'm pretty sure i don't fit the mold; i can emote, think, etc. relatively well. the problems i'm having are more to do with a diminished sense of rward, less ability to react spontaneously (i.e. during converations with strangers), difficulty focusing my attention, so i'm guessing it's more a DA or NE issue

 

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