Scopolomine For Depression

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Paula Says:


who has experience with scopolomine for depression?



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David Says:

Hi Paula,

If you're looking for more individuals with experience on Scopolamine, I think the two threads linked below here will have a lot of information to offer:
/Discuss/is-anybody-being-prescribed-scopolamine-for-depression-209022.htm

/Discuss/Ketamine-for-Depression-231123.htm

Each of these threads have over 100 replies and counting. I hope this helps!

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Paula Says:

Thank you David, appreciate your kind response. I have read the Ketamine thread, I saw that you had quite a bit of input although I don't remember where you are in your journey to successful treatment. I have posted about my VERY successful clinical trial with Ketamine infusions, unfortunately a week after my last infusion, all debilitating symptoms returned. This is a nationwide study with many sites, get PAID $75 for each visit, still recruiting. 1-in3 chance to get placebo, but I KNOW I did not. Infusions 3x per week for 3 weeks, then 2 per week, 1x per week, then every other week. The AMAZING effect lasted about a week. I would HIGHLY recommend to do this study instead of throwing thousands of dollars away to see if you respond! But, as I said before, 1-in-3 chance of placebo.
mydepressionstudy.com

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queen of knowledge Says:

I have been using scopolamine patches every day for about a year now. It is predominantly for sea sickness but it has done more for my severe bipolar depression. It basically curved away 50 percent of my issues and there is NO side effect unlike pretty much every other option. I went from attempting suicide daily to becoming an actual person who wants to live (most of the time ha!). So i really recommend people trying it. I was skeptical at first but the difference is so noticeable its actually undeniable. If i help one person from this advice it would make me happy to know i helped someone else and caused them no negative side effects like antidepressants do.

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