Could This Be a Possible Cure to Maladaptive Daydreaming?!

Okay so today while doing some research on various meds tht may help for MD I came across this old post about this dude that like tried this drug called "Serdolect"  He says it tremendously helped with his daydreams and even went to say he has somewhat stopped daydreaming all together.

 

This is for all those ppl who may have tried this so called "cure to MD drug" or want to look for a possible med that can help. I for one wanna try it but its not available in the US. For those who have tried it, did it work and and where did you get it? Could it possibly be that all us Daydreamers may just have the negative side effects of Shizophrenia? (Look at the Post!!!)

 

Post: https://wildminds.ning.com/forum/topics/my-experience-with-drugs-part

 

Also did any of you guys tell Cynthia Schupak about this possble drug? I think this would be verry helpful for her research on Maladaptive daydreaming! =)

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Comment by Darren on September 7, 2012 at 1:25am

i took vyvanse and concerta but neither of them stopped my md 

vyvanse would stop my md for maybe 6 hours but then i would be really tired and pass out and i would never eat 

concerta didnt do anything but make me anxious 

Comment by Annie on August 26, 2012 at 5:30pm

@ Janie Imani

Thanks for the information. I also have a tendency to self medicate myself sometimes but through like OTC meds not perscribed :(

I think I will talk to my doctor about this, who knows it may work  for me :/   And yikes! I could just imagine how you feel....I for one sometimes cant keep myself from daydreaming even while driving! Thats why I am looking for something that will keep my mind focused.

Thanks again Jadie! =)

Comment by Jade Imani on August 26, 2012 at 10:50am

@ Angie: Yes. Depakote stopped it for me. I would tease myself and try to daydream and I couldn't. I loved it. But I gained so much weight and my hands would tremble so much I couldn't hold or grip anything which was terrible, so my doc took me off it. I take Prozac 40 mg too and it doesn't do a thing. With the Tegretol, the strongest daydreams in years means I simply can't control them. I dream about my characters, they are on my mind from the moment I wake up until the moment I go to sleep, and even during sleep. It is so annoying I began to self medicate which I STRONGLY advise against.

Comment by Annie on August 26, 2012 at 9:04am

@ Jadie Imani,  Wow?! Really? Did it just completely stop it?

 I mean I have the problem of trying to keep focused without my mind slipping into "daydreaming mode".  I have been on Prozac 40mg for about 6 months already by my doctor, which didnt help at all! So, I think SSIR drugs just dont work for me, so I wanna try something else.

 

I see you said your "daydreaming is the strongest its been in years", what do you mean by that?

Comment by Jade Imani on August 25, 2012 at 4:13pm

I didn't realize that my daydreaming had a name at the time, but when I was on Depakote, the daydreaming and pacing, jumping, skipping etc, stopped all together. And I mean for years. I remember just sitting there with a uncluttered mind and thinking..."Wow, this is what it feels like to be REAL."  I also have Bipolar II and Borderline Personality Disorder. So I was being treated for my mood swings with Depakote. Unfortunately I had to be taken off because I gained 50 pounds and had severe tremors. Right now I am taking Tegretol and the daydreaming is the strongest it's ever been in years...but I lost the 50 pounds and no longer tremble.

Comment by Ocean Breeze on August 25, 2012 at 6:20am

I also slept all the time when a therapist put me on antidepressants.  Sure, it stopped the MD, but that's because I was sleeping 14 hours a day.  

Comment by Poopsie Holbrook on August 24, 2012 at 6:02pm

definitely never seen pills help, my cousin just slept all the time while on anti anxiety and depression drugs. she was too tired to be either. I wonder about the schizophrenia connection since my grandmother has it and I've heard its hereditary.

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