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  1. Yay! Go on, man, the Force is with you! :)
  2. Keep on going, man. We are with you in this battle.
  3. It is sad to hear that. Tell us how your SPECT went.
  4. ****, Tianeptine (sold as "Coaxil" in the country I live in) dulled my emotions even much more. About 98% of people are praising this drug due to clearing them from their anhedonia, and while it gave me some motivation, it also dulled me much further. This is ridiculous.
  5. Good for you. My hormone levels are completely normal, however I think the cause of the anhedonia is my ****ed up pleasure centers due to continous stress. My meds now are: Frontin (same as Xanax), because having continous anxiety which severely interferes with my sleep, and Coaxil (an SSRE with Tianeptine). I am going to the gym regularly, eating vitamins, and go sometimes running with sprinting.
  6. Hi everyone! I am suffering from anhedonia, too... followed by a very intensive stress period, started by a personal crisis in the end of this August. Couldn't sleep for days, and my "batteries" were totally exhausted. I've been through some s***ty days, my energy levels are quite okay... however, my anhedonia not going to be healed anytime soon. I found a little bit of information, which might give you hope: http://www.crazymeds.us/CrazyTalk/index.php/topic/26730-my-mirapex-experience-pramipexole/page-2 "For any rational person listening, irreversible inhibition does not mean that your receptors will be inhibited for life even after you go off the med. You know why? Because your cells make more. They have this nifty stuff called DNA and mRNA and ribosomes to make new , including receptors. Once you go off a med, the recycling may take a while, but things go back to normal (tardive dyskinesia might be an exception, but you don't get that from only drugs which are irreversible inhibitors). There are a ton of drugs out there which act by irreversibly inhibiting something. Aspirin is one. Most MAOIs are too. Also, 5-HT7 receptors aren't the ones usually talked about when it comes to antipsychotic or other psychiatric drugs. Those are D2 (and D3+D4) and 5-HT2 and 5-HT1A." Sounds a bit positive. :)
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