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  • Asrnyx
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    I agree with eli-Anonymous, could you not? Could you not find somewhere else to spam, were you so bored that you wasted hours doing this? Please delete, please!

    PS: There are much more entertaining things you could be doing at all hours of the night-if you can’t sleep orrr…just won’t. One is this thing called Youtube, another is Netflix, another is online gaming… There are many more options than a psychiatry based website. You could even take a melatonin and sleep.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by  Asrnyx.
    in reply to: TMS and Wellbrutin/Bupropion #33810

    Asrnyx
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    colleencasey:
    the link you posted is not working, it may be temporary though. The site is apparently being updated. I will definitely look at it later.
    I already have tinnitus, it’s not severe or frequent, so is the warning for TMS therapy saying that, with Wellbutrin + TMS, it could become both severe and frequent? Or painful? Can tinnitus even be painful… *shrug*
    I feel like I’m at such a loss about my own recovery the majority of the time, so these forums are really exciting for me!

    in reply to: New to Forum, so many questions…………… #33809

    Asrnyx
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    I am considering TMS; I wouldn’t call myself treatment resistant but the antidepressant I have been on for 6 mo.s is not helping. I’m taking Wellbutrin, and an anti psychotic, so I will be looking at those forums here in a minute. My musing currently is do I ‘jump start’ recovery as it were, or continue with a different antidep?

    The antidep I am on is the first time I’ve ever taken any antidep, so, typically, do patients continue searching for a med, the trial and error method, or is the jump start method viable?

    It also sounds to me that during TMS most, if not all patients, taper off of most or all meds… Am I correct in thinking this?

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