Any crash from the dentist?

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Gonzo
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Any crash from the dentist?

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I'm scared as hell as I've had many major crashes.
Please don't tell me about nocevo effect and shit like that, this thing is absolutely real and you can crash from MANY, things, including meds, herbs and even topical containing serotonergic substances as there is systemic absorption.
And I've realized how delicate this condition is, you can lost all your gains in a few minutes.
I'm just starting to feel "something" again after another major crash (many months later) , and I'm in a relationship now so I don't want to go back to square 1 again.
Ia there anything that could harm me in the dentist? Anesthesia, antibiotics, whatever they use?
Honestly I've been avoiding the dentist and delaying it just for fear of fucking it all again.
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Re: Any crash from the dentist?

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I've never had any PSSD symptoms worsen from antibiotics. Or really anything other than prescription psychiatric medication. No food. No supplements. No weed. Nothing.
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Re: Any crash from the dentist?

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justprocess1 wrote: Sat Mar 30, 2024 6:24 pm I've never had any PSSD symptoms worsen from antibiotics. Or really anything other than prescription psychiatric medication. No food. No supplements. No weed. Nothing.
That's how it was for me till 5 years ago, then everything changed
I have pssd since 2003
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Re: Any crash from the dentist?

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Gonzo wrote: Sun Mar 31, 2024 12:56 am
justprocess1 wrote: Sat Mar 30, 2024 6:24 pm I've never had any PSSD symptoms worsen from antibiotics. Or really anything other than prescription psychiatric medication. No food. No supplements. No weed. Nothing.
That's how it was for me till 5 years ago, then everything changed
I have pssd since 2003
Sorry to hear that
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