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Re: Mixing Amisulpride?

Posted by JohnL on June 16, 2001, at 4:54:57

In reply to Mixing Amisulpride?, posted by CraigF on June 12, 2001, at 13:54:38

> Does anyone have experience mixing Amisulpride with SSRIs?
> I'm taking 25 mgs Amisulpride while paring down Celexa to 40 mgs. I hope to continue this so that I'm at 50 mgs or so of Amisulpride (for disthymia, social anxiety) and 10-20 mgs of Celexa.
> I'm noticing, however, an increase in irritability and a return of that semi-depressed "whatever," feeling. I feel excluded when I'm around people sometimes.
> I wanted to know if this is a direct result of the Amisulpride or maybe caused by the mixing with the SSRI...I know that Wellbutrin for me feels 100 percent different when taken with Celexa than alone or with, say Serzone.
> I just don't want to risk going on a depressive/psychotic/panic jag and losing my job.

I mixed Amisulpride and Prozac for a few months and it worked ok. I later found that Zyprexa works a lot better for me than Amisulpride. But Amisulpride is good. For my own dysthymia and social shyness, my magic combination that works perfectly is 20mgProzac, 5mg Zyprexa, and 300mg Adrafinil.

About once a month or so I sometimes slip back into a depressed state unexpectedly for a day or so. I have found that merely taking 25mg Amisulpride when that happens is enough to end the temporary downfall within hours, and it kind of feels like it resets everything back to normal.




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