I'm currently on Geodon, it causes me anhedonia, dysphoria, and it completely negates any positive effects from my prescribed Adderall medication. I've also seen a decrease in effect from other semi-recreational chemicals. What anti-psychotic could I go on that would have the least amount of effects of my Adderall use. I know Adderall can cause psychosis so please don't lecture.
I have chronic fatigue and I need the Adderall to get out of bed. I've been looking for a chemical supplier for LY2140023 but it's so expensive that it's not feasible for me to try it yet.
Also, I've heard that Cannabidiol works as an atypical anti-psychotic drug. But it's only prescribed along with THC, and not alone or labeled for anti-psychotic use yet.
If i had a medical marijuana license in my state per say, since it's available here: Would it be legal to isolate Cannabidiol my self or have a lab do it for me? I would just smoke it but the THC makes positive symptoms worse for most people i've heard.
I'm looking to Aripiprazole since it's a d2 dopamine partial agonist. But how high is the affinity? Will it alter the effects of my mood, in a positive way rather than dulling me via the d2 d3 dopamine antagonism that Geodon works on.
All these drugs are prescribed to me and none of this is illegal.
Message me on AIM: ASplinteredFawn if you would like to brain storm with me. I really need help.
I don't trust psychiatrists, I only go to them so i can have legal access to the medications I need. They don't know anything about prescribing the right set of medications, they must spin a wheel or something to figure out what to prescribe me.
They literally have me on 0.25mg of Klonopin now and when I came to this doctor I was taking 3mg of xanax per day.
I've also realized that the Geodon doesn't let any amount of benzodiazepine effect me.
I guess Geodon means don ( down to ) geo ( earth ). I'm an artist, I don't want to be this down to earth.
I'm half thinking about just dealing with my voices and delusions if i can't find an antipsychotic that doesn't completely screw with me dopamine wise.
Edited by MatthewMcClintic, 28 August 2010 - 03:23 PM.