I have found some success but since what I am speaking about is still an unidentified criteria I will post about it here rather than the neurology forum or any other public forum. I contacted one of the neurologists who was one of the original researchers into the criteria "tardive dysphrenia" and recieved return correspondence today. He will be speaking to my neurologist about the usage in myself (remember this is a literal clinical first, outside of that it has only been used in the animal model) of Vimpat for tardive dystonia and the clinically "unknown" criteria tardive dysphrenia. I am thankful for the people who worked with me, as well as anyone who gave me advice, information and support here and if anyone achieves a similar success story at any time you can post here as well. I can either by post or pm explaining how I achieved this and some of the ideas that I used. Best wishes to anyone who acheives any success of any kind. Hopefully other people will be able to be treated now as well. I will update people once the study is published and cleared for posting. Thanks.
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