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Re: MAO-B inhibitor + dopamine-releaser dangerous?! AndrewB

Posted by SLS on July 18, 2000, at 7:39:24

In reply to Re: MAO-B inhibitor + dopamine-releaser dangerous?!, posted by AndrewB on July 17, 2000, at 8:22:13

> I take the combination of amisulpride with seligiline. I've been on this combo for over a month. Seligiline is an MAO-B inhibitor (at the low doses I take), much stronger than kava I believe. No problems that I've noticed. No drug interactions are listed between seligiline and amisulpride, or any neuroleptics for that matter, or any dopamine active agents. In Parkinsons Disease seligiline is routinely combined with other dopaminergics (agonists, precursors, etc.).
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> I take selegiline to amplify the effect of amiuslpride. Seligiline in low doses has been shown to be effective for social anxiety.
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> I have taken amisulpride and kava together before and didn't notice any side effects.
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> AndrewB


Hi Andrew,

You may want to consider the possibility that any improvement you glean from selegiline (Eldepryl) might be due to its amphetamine-like properties, including NE potentiation. If you have never taken Dexedrine or Adderal, perhaps you should give it some consideration.


- Scott

 

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