50% improvement, almost cured
Posted 17 September 2013 - 12:00 AM
My scheme is simple:
100 mg of naltrexone in the morning, 100 mg in the evening.
Sertraline or any potential SSRI before sleep. Lamotrigine at the morning according to the British protocol.
Healthy food and lifestyle is realllly important. Get your cervical part and neck vessels fixed (manual therapy etc.). Swimming, continue to act as usual, your brain won't do any crazy things!
Posted 17 September 2013 - 12:56 PM
Posted 20 September 2013 - 09:09 PM
hi good to hear. How did you get dp/dr in the first place.
Posted 21 September 2013 - 09:42 AM
Good stuff! Recently I've considered trying Naltrexone myself. Can you attest which medicine is doing what? Apparently Naloxone virtually cured 3 out of 14 people, and significantly improved 7 out of 14, for the time it was in their system, however it's administered intravenously, so enough said. Amentoflavone may also be an idea, yet the pure form is expensive and hard to come by. Either way, kappa opioid antagonism seems promising.
Any updates on your situation? Hope the benefits accrue for you
Posted 04 October 2013 - 10:42 AM
I have just started on the antagonist Nalmefene 18.mg 2.days ago. I have had DPD for 20.years. I fell ok the first day -difficult to fall asleep last night and nausea. Nalmefene is 10.times more potent on the kappa receptor as naltraxone and works like naloxone but can be given oral and a half-life of 14.hours. See want the coming week will bring.
Posted 28 October 2013 - 12:05 PM
what exactly is the British protocol? I guess it's the Lamotrigine/SSRI combo recommended by the London research unit?
Lamotrigine at the morning according to the British protocol.
Posted 01 January 2021 - 07:52 PM
And by the way I am an anaesthetist/ ICU physicians. I m interested in curing the dp. Can you imagine giving anesthesia having dp/dr? My work is my only savior, I just forget about dp/dr and things just get in place.
I have triggered DPDR from my most recent surgery from anesthesia. I've had several prior surgeries under general anesthesia but the most recent surgery triggered it for some reason. Please reach out if you can.
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