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Lamictal (lamotrigine) to calm post-discontinuation withdrawal symptoms

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ChessieCat

Dude, it's very thoughtful asking for assistance for Marsx.  This is in Marsx's Intro topic:

 

18 minutes ago, Marsx said:

Ive also taken lamotrigine in the past and wouldn't retry it.

 

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Dude
8 hours ago, ChessieCat said:

Dude, it's very thoughtful asking for assistance for Marsx.  This is in Marsx's Intro topic:

 

 

 

Hi Chessie

 

Thanks for letting me know. Appreciate it.

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Marsx

Hello. I had also not taken lamotrigine for withdrawal in the past, it was just a drug my doctors had me experiment with during the whole trial and error to get rid of anxiety. Anyways, after a reinstatement of my original med hasn't produced any results, I am considering micro doses of lamotrigine. Will update once I start a trial. 

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mickde1

Lamictal didn't agree with me  i was wondering whether there are some other  ways  to correct this action of  locus coeruleus "fight or flight"  disinhibited and the glutamatergic system  i have read somewhere that vitamin B6  in the  form of pyridoxal-5-phosphate, green tea camomile tea  and  zinc all help  ( i don't know what i have done with the text ?? )

If anyone has any information  it will be greatly welcomed 

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Altostrata

mickde1, please update your Intro topic 

with your experience with lamotrigine. Delving further here into the dosage you took, etc. would take this topic off track.

 

I only know of lamotrigine because of my own treatment with it. If I knew of anything else that might help, I would post about it.

 

Some people react badly to B vitamins, including vitamin B6. Please use search in the Symptoms forum to see our discussions about it.

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