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Advice on depression without sadness - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   dr xxxhere
User :   hi
Doctor :   How may i help you?
User :   hi??
User :   hello
User :   Hi! Is there depression without sadness? In the past two months I've been feeling in the same way, everyday. The same mood I got in a monday morning is the mood that I got in a saturday night, when I go out with my friends. I feel tired right after waking. But I dont feel sad. My life is improving, in the past year I've got a better job, better relationship with my parens, more and closer friends... but in the past two months I cant enjoy things that I used to do. It seens that I cant appreciate my favorite band. But again, I dont feel sad. I've used drugs (cocaine+lsd), but its was two months ago. Can it be neurotransmitters imbalance? The serotonin and dopamin stuff?
Doctor :   No they are never apart
Doctor :   They are always clubbed
User :   Oh
User :   But can this mood be a neurotransmitter imbalance?
User :   I mean, I dont feel sad, but I just cant enjoy funny things
Doctor :   I guess its due to coccine intake
User :   I feel the same way 24/7
Doctor :   Probably euphoria
User :   But last time i do coke was like 2 months ago
User :   and it was one time
User :   and not much (compared to people i know that use it)
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   bye for now
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