Gooddamnson said:here are some stats, call a doc tbhXander said:It's been 2 hours and I feel perfect, maybe my serotonin was rock bottom
Among 633 adult patients who overdosed on fluoxetine hydrochloride alone, 34 resulted in a fatal outcome, 378 completely recovered, and 15 patients experienced sequelae after overdosage, including abnormal accommodation, abnormal gait, confusion, unresponsiveness, nervousness, pulmonary dysfunction, vertigo, tremor, elevated blood pressure, impotence, movement disorder, and hypomania. The remaining 206 patients had an unknown outcome. The most common signs and symptoms associated with non-fatal overdosage were seizures, somnolence, nausea, tachycardia, and vomiting.
I'm telling you how it is so you know wtf to doXander said:
About 90% of your serotonin is produced in the gut by bacteria. If you have low serotonin, it has next to nothing to do with your brain but with a shitty Western diet full of gluten and sugar and lacking in fiber and micro-nutrients. Studies show that supplementation with vitamin B6 and probiotics improve symptoms just as much as SSRIs. If there's one neurological disorder that has pretty much nothing to do with genetics, then it's depression.Xander said: