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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    yeah the problem with lower doses i have break through symptoms so maybe i'll talk about trying a different one
    There are a looooottttt out there, and they act different for everyone. It can be frustrating, but there are a lot of options to try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raine_lynn View Post
    There are a looooottttt out there, and they act different for everyone. It can be frustrating, but there are a lot of options to try.
    yeah I don't know if it's the ablify though I suspect its the prozac because though i was sleepy when i started ablify i got even more fatigued after starting prozac. I've been told I'm very sensitive to the sedative qualities of anti-depressants i slept 24 hours the second day i took it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    yeah I don't know if it's the ablify though I suspect its the prozac because though i was sleepy when i started ablify i got even more fatigued after starting prozac. I've been told I'm very sensitive to the sedative qualities of anti-depressants i slept 24 hours the second day i took it.
    I'm the other way around, I can't get a good sleeper on board. Even trazodone, (I've NEVER seen trazodone do anything but knock people out) with me, it made me crazy and manic, sleepless, euphoric, suicidal, it was..... really special. I don't know what is worse, the sleepy people or the people who are awake all the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I'm the other way around, I can't get a good sleeper on board. Even trazodone, (I've NEVER seen trazodone do anything but knock people out) with me, it made me crazy and manic, sleepless, euphoric, suicidal, it was..... really special. I don't know what is worse, the sleepy people or the people who are awake all the time.
    when I'm not on meds i sleep on average 3 hours a night.it's nice because you can get so much done, in theory
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I'm the other way around, I can't get a good sleeper on board. Even trazodone, (I've NEVER seen trazodone do anything but knock people out) with me, it made me crazy and manic, sleepless, euphoric, suicidal, it was..... really special. I don't know what is worse, the sleepy people or the people who are awake all the time.
    The week after I was discharged from the psych ward, I could not for the life of me fall asleep, I went literally 71 hours without sleep.... after they put me on Trazadone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raine_lynn View Post
    The week after I was discharged from the psych ward, I could not for the life of me fall asleep, I went literally 71 hours without sleep.... after they put me on Trazadone.
    Really? I'm glad I'm not the only one in the world who did that.. haha. I actually knew that it was causing me all these symptoms so I stayed on it because it was such a refreshing and fun mania... I was like "I'm NEVER coming off this med!!!!!!" Unfortunately brain chemistry can only handle such bliss for so long.... I was so badass and Charlie Sheen. Psych wards are interesting because they send you on your way on all these meds like a science experiment to see how you'll do in the world.
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    I took trazadone for a short while i took it because I wasn't sleeping, and so my psychiatrist said you have to sleep because like i said off meds i have a decreased need for sleep, unless i'm suicidal depressed than i sleep all the time by crying till i exhaust myself and puke than fall asleep. it was the only med i've ever taken for sleep that didn't leave me drowsy the next day. even benedryl leaves me drowsy the next day. so i dunno weird
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Really? I'm glad I'm not the only one in the world who did that.. haha. I actually knew that it was causing me all these symptoms so I stayed on it because it was such a refreshing and fun mania... I was like "I'm NEVER coming off this med!!!!!!" Unfortunately brain chemistry can only handle such bliss for so long.... I was so badass and Charlie Sheen. Psych wards are interesting because they send you on your way on all these meds like a science experiment to see how you'll do in the world.
    My mood itself was actually stable for the most part, no mania - if anything, I was depressive and on edge from the lack of sleep. It wasn't fun at all, not in the way mania usually is, I was miserable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I took trazadone for a short while i took it because I wasn't sleeping, and so my psychiatrist said you have to sleep because like i said off meds i have a decreased need for sleep, unless i'm suicidal depressed than i sleep all the time by crying till i exhaust myself and puke than fall asleep. it was the only med i've ever taken for sleep that didn't leave me drowsy the next day. even benedryl leaves me drowsy the next day. so i dunno weird
    See what I mean by they act differently for everyone? :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by raine_lynn View Post
    See what I mean by they act differently for everyone? :P
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