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Cyproheptadine potential movement disorder risk?

Posted by iforgotmypassword on September 11, 2019, at 13:23:59

It was often used to treat akathisia but it looks like it might b a very potent D3 receptor antagonist, and the receptor has been speculated to be even more involved in acquired involuntary movements than D2.

Just thought I would leave a note as I never recalled this coming up--but if it's true, not something to ignore.




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