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Re: Antibiotic (doxycycline) treatment for depression

Posted by psychobot5000 on October 12, 2013, at 12:15:03

In reply to Re: Antibiotic (doxycycline) treatment for depression psychobot5000, posted by SLS on October 12, 2013, at 5:37:25

Hi Scott, it's nice to talk to you again, too. What's up with me? Same old, I suppose--inadequate partial remission of severe unipolar depression, and I gave up posting or checking here because I have up looking for this type of solution for the most part (and because, though my appearences have always had a bit of the sporadic about them, I didn't recognize most of the handles posting, the last time I checked here). Then this thread hit my inbox the other day for the first time in...I have no idea how long. So I replied.

I'm okay, trying to make things worse. Not happy, but I try not to complain. Know others have it worse. I'm glad your cocktail has afforded you some relief; I guess I take about 5 medications regularly to achieve...possibly something similar. But, yeah, very glad to hear of any substantial improvement. We all know you work hard to help others find stuff here, so thanks. Maybe I'll try to check back more frequently (I have to go--to write up a shotlist for a film project in a school I'm juuuuuuust functional enough to attend, it often seems)
Hope you (and all of you) are well,
PB

> Hi.
>
> Nice to see you again.
>
> > Interesting indeed. I take it minocycline's antidepressant effect was not sustained?
>
> At this point, I am experiencing a partial, but sustained improvement using 7 different medications. When I have tried to discontinue minocycline, I lost much of this improvement. A friend of mine achieved remission within 3 days of starting minocycline. For what it is worth, my friend and I have felt best when combining minocycline with Abilify and Lamictal.
>
> > Side-note: always be sure your 'cycline' is within its expiration date. Unlike most drugs, tetracyclines become poisononous after expiration
>
> Thanks. I had forgotten about that.
>
> So what's the deal with you? How have you been?
>
>
> - Scott


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