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  1. Risperidone is a No No for hppd. In the farmacology section of Risperidone is actually a inverse agonist of the 5ht2a receptor ( the one that we think hppd is affected ) That means that it actually bind to the receptor without producing any effect. But to some already sensitive 5ht2a receptors this is actually wrong,because in such scenario activation seems to happen. I know because i was given risperidone and symptoms worsened. Stay away from that stuff. Is such a cheap and strong medication that's why they give it so much but it actually is dirt, there are other wa
  2. This is are some questions for a survey. I want to know how many of you have a history of illness? Did your parents have a story of illness? Specially of lyme disease, or aids or hiv or inmuno-supression, infections of any kind, that kind of stuff. What diagnosis have you ever had throught your medical history. Also I want to know how many of you have ever gotten bitten by a tick? Even if it was many many years ago. At whatever point in your life. Ever bitten by any other bug? How long ago have you been bitten?
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  4. Quoting the wikipedia: Human polyomavirus 2 can cross the blood–brain barrier into the central nervous system, where it infects oligodendrocytes and astrocytes, possibly through the 5-HT2A serotonin receptor.[14]Human polyomavirus 2 DNA can be detected in both non-PML affected and PML-affected (see below) brain tissue.[15] So this virus can be in healthy human beings without having to provoke PML ( the disease I mean ) From webmed.com (https://www.webmd.com/brain/jc-virus#1) Experts don't know how it's spread, but it's thought that many people pick it up as kids thr
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