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If you had a lot of money and some researchers sitting around reading People magazine, what questions would you ideally like to have answered by research?

 

 

A couple of obvious, general ones might be:

 

What are the variables that determine length and severity of withdrawal?

 

How can you re-regulate dysautonomia?

 

 

But, there might be more specific, smaller questions that you've wondered about, too.

 

And they don't have to be medical, or scientific. They could be sociological, anthropological, historical, psychological, spiritual, etc.

 

Please brainstorm. No question too big or too small. B)

1996-97 - Paxil x 9 months, tapered, suffered 8 months withdrawal but didn't know it was withdrawal, so...

1998-2001 - Zoloft, tapered, again unwittingly went into withdrawal, so...

2002-03 - Paxil x 20 months, developed severe headaches, so...

Sep 03 - May 05 - Paxil taper took 20 months, severe physical, moderate psychological symptoms

Sep 03 - Jun 05 - took Prozac to help with Paxil taper - not recommended

Jul 05 to date - post-taper, severe psychological, moderate physical symptoms, improving very slowly

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The first question I would ask these "researchers" is why they were sitting around reading People Mag. :lol:

 

 

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They're counting the number of Abilify ads to determine the minimum number of weekly People mag ads required to get half the U.S. population on Abilify....

1996-97 - Paxil x 9 months, tapered, suffered 8 months withdrawal but didn't know it was withdrawal, so...

1998-2001 - Zoloft, tapered, again unwittingly went into withdrawal, so...

2002-03 - Paxil x 20 months, developed severe headaches, so...

Sep 03 - May 05 - Paxil taper took 20 months, severe physical, moderate psychological symptoms

Sep 03 - Jun 05 - took Prozac to help with Paxil taper - not recommended

Jul 05 to date - post-taper, severe psychological, moderate physical symptoms, improving very slowly

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The first question I would ask these "researchers" is why they were sitting around reading People Mag. :lol:

 

:D

 

On a serious note, I'd like them to create a computer simulation of the healing process. And as close to the real life thing as possible. Maybe some kind of a time lapse photography there, too. Oh, and in 3 D, of course.

2000-2008 Paxil for a situational depression

2008 - Paxil c/t

Severe protracted WD syndrome ever since; improving

 

 

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Survey -- people who have recovered from dysautonomia from other / unknown causes -- what factors correlate with the cessation of the dysautonomia?

1996-97 - Paxil x 9 months, tapered, suffered 8 months withdrawal but didn't know it was withdrawal, so...

1998-2001 - Zoloft, tapered, again unwittingly went into withdrawal, so...

2002-03 - Paxil x 20 months, developed severe headaches, so...

Sep 03 - May 05 - Paxil taper took 20 months, severe physical, moderate psychological symptoms

Sep 03 - Jun 05 - took Prozac to help with Paxil taper - not recommended

Jul 05 to date - post-taper, severe psychological, moderate physical symptoms, improving very slowly

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Some people can tolerate fish oil and some cannot. Why? What are the implications? Does this difference provide any clues to protracted w/d?

1996-97 - Paxil x 9 months, tapered, suffered 8 months withdrawal but didn't know it was withdrawal, so...

1998-2001 - Zoloft, tapered, again unwittingly went into withdrawal, so...

2002-03 - Paxil x 20 months, developed severe headaches, so...

Sep 03 - May 05 - Paxil taper took 20 months, severe physical, moderate psychological symptoms

Sep 03 - Jun 05 - took Prozac to help with Paxil taper - not recommended

Jul 05 to date - post-taper, severe psychological, moderate physical symptoms, improving very slowly

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