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  1. I recently got with a new behavioral health provider and she sent off for a genetic test to see which meds might best work for me. It'll be interesting to see what comes up.
  2. Fuck this med. Non stop agitation rage and angry outbursts. Never taking it again.
  3. I started Zyprexa 2.5 mg tonight. I'll let everyone know how it goes.
  4. By testing it. And yes you can get HPPD from pure MDMA.
  5. Probably best answered by a medical professional.
  6. I don't know about sociopathic but on Depakote I couldn't cry or experience sadness. Some people might consider that a good thing but I didn't.
  7. I'm getting blurry vision sometimes after getting off of this shit. My eyes also feel heavy and weird. Hope this goes away soon.
  8. Interesting tidbit about Remeron: "A case report has been published in which mirtazapine reduced visual hallucinations in a patient with Parkinson's disease psychosis (PDP).[42]This is in alignment with recent findings that inverse agonists at the 5-HT2Areceptors are efficacious in attenuating the symptoms of Parkinson's disease psychosis. As is supported by the common practice of prescribing low-dose quetiapine and clozapine for PDP-doses too low to antagonise the D2receptor, but sufficiently high doses to inversely agonise the 5-HT2Areceptors."
  9. I'm getting on 2.5 mg Zyprexa soon. Probably this week.
  10. Someone made a thread about this on dpselfhelp and said that it permanently got rid of his dpdr.
  11. Maybe the drug company will get greedy and push to have it as an add on for MDD and it'll be the next Abilify handed out like candy.
  12. Trazadone induced some kind of electrical storm in my head.
  13. Yes, anxiety can make HPPD worse.
  15. Also Remeron has a high affinity for blocking 5ht2a and is unlike other antidepressants.