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DP/DR Suicidal Thoughts

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Poll: Does having DP/DR cause you to experience sucidal thoughts poll? (78 member(s) have cast votes)

I know DP/DR is different for everyone, I am interested in how it effects these type of thoughts, everyone can be prone to Sucidal thoughts, so which answer best describes how DP/DR effects you in general over the last month...

  1. Voted I have these thoughts daily. (37 votes [46.25%])

    Percentage of vote: 46.25%

  2. I have these thoughts less frequently, a few times a week. (18 votes [22.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 22.50%

  3. Voted I suffer from these thoughts from time to time, but don't give much attention to them and generally feel okay. (16 votes [20.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 20.00%

  4. Voted I rarely suffer from these thoughts, or am not bothered by them. (9 votes [11.25%])

    Percentage of vote: 11.25%

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#13 didep

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Posted 22 August 2015 - 05:54 PM

I think 2016 or 2017. At the moment it's in phase III trials for depression.

And if ALKS-5461 is not effective for dp / dr have some other medication for us hope?



#14 TDX

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Posted 23 August 2015 - 03:14 PM

Don't know. Maybe NSI-189 or new antidepressants which act on the glutamatergic system, such as Rapastinel. Other medications which act on the glutamate-system to our advantidge might be novel anticonvulsives or antipsychotics like Eglumegad.

 

Unfortunately psychiatry has been largely abandoned by the pharmaindustry, so in the next decades there might be nothing for us.



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Posted 23 August 2015 - 03:57 PM

Don't know. Maybe NSI-189 or new antidepressants which act on the glutamatergic system, such as Rapastinel. Other medications which act on the glutamate-system to our advantidge might be novel anticonvulsives or antipsychotics like Eglumegad.

 

Unfortunately psychiatry has been largely abandoned by the pharmaindustry, so in the next decades there might be nothing for us.

Until all these drugs are available, it is time that we have to continue suffering this hell.
This month came the brexpiprazole market is an antipsychotic



#16 TDX

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Posted 23 August 2015 - 04:25 PM

 

 

This month came the brexpiprazolmarket is an antipsychotic

It seems to be an "Abilify 2.0". It may be interesting, because it's a dopamine partial agonist and there is some anecdotal evidence for Abilify improving depersonalization.

 

 

 

Until all these drugs are available, it is time that we have to continue suffering this hell.

At least for some it's not an endless hell. ALKS-5461 and Rapastinel should become available in 2016. So 2016 will be an interesting year in regard of depersonalization.



#17 didep

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Posted 23 August 2015 - 07:46 PM

It seems to be an "Abilify 2.0". It may be interesting, because it's a dopamine partial agonist and there is some anecdotal evidence for Abilify improving depersonalization.

 

At least for some it's not an endless hell. ALKS-5461 and Rapastinel should become available in 2016. So 2016 will be an interesting year in regard of depersonalization.

Hopefully sooner reaches 2016



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Posted 23 August 2015 - 09:02 PM

Generally 2015 seems to be a bad depersonalization year. I looked into Pubmed and found only 10 publications for this year so far. Most of them did not really increase our understanding of depersonalization.

 

The previous year had 22 publications which is the world record. But I don't think we'll reach that number this year.






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