albeit a mild case. I still can't eat any food with more than a little tryptophan in it or the symptoms get worse. The symptoms improved once I quit the medications and started eating rice, butter and vegetables, and when I had just a bit of millet earlier today I got worse almost immediately. I'm well aware that CFS sufferers have extremely long recoveries from things such as surgeries etc; do you think it can be the case for my serotonin syndrome as well? For about a week I've been taking 10-20mg of BCAA to help combat the excess serotonin with decent success, but only if I take the powder at most a few hours before eating. I really hope this thing will pass one day, there's only been 1 case ever of chronic SS from what I've read on the internet so most probably mine will pass. It just makes me feel so depressed and I have decided to buy some serotonin antagonists to help with this nightmare (unable to get them here in Sweden). Any thoughts? Thanks for reading.