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So I have tried many medicines only some of them have worked slightly and some of the meds I have tried that have done a little but are a low dose of Prozac and zyprexa and Effexor also helped a little but not with energy. I am thinking what else it should try I am thinking elavil because I had a genesight report done and it’s in my green don’t know if I should give it a shot or not any suggestions?
Meds I have tried:
Prozac
Abilify
Effexor
Lamictal
Risperdal
Zyprexa
Anafranil
Pristiq
Serequel
Wellbutrin
Zoloft
Lexapro
 

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Yes. You are so pro med TDX, but yet you aren't cured yourself. You have tried so much, and still you believe that you can dissect the brain and attack it with a few certain meds. Meds aint the cure.
I mean tbh I needed meds tbh like even though Prozac doesn’t do the most it definitely helps more then before I had it
 

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Yes. You are so pro med TDX, but yet you aren't cured yourself. You have tried so much, and still you believe that you can dissect the brain and attack it with a few certain meds. Meds aint the cure.
I mean tbh I needed meds tbh like even though Prozac doesn’t do the most it definitely helps more then before I had it
 

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Meds aint the cure.
It's hard for me to fathom how "meds" cannot be a cure, but MDMA can, especially in the absence of evidence.

Furthermore I disagree with disqualifying everything that isn't a "cure". if Bobjenkind found a med that put his symptoms into remission or at least reduced them that would not be a cure, since a cure would be the permanent absence of symptoms without any measure required to maintain this. But would this really amount to nothing? Even in cases where the difference between a cure would be no more than taking a tablet in the morning (like for the lucky people for whom lamotrigine works)?

if I should give it a shot or not any suggestions?
You did not try opioid-antagonists yet.
 
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