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Re: hypertensive experiences?

Posted by Bobbiedobbs on July 18, 2002, at 2:37:10

In reply to Re: hypertensive experiences? ayrity, posted by SLS on July 17, 2002, at 21:11:41

On the Nardil vs. parnate question I could write a book. The short version is that while Nardil definitely was of greater help in my social phobia and anxiety, Parnate had far fewer side effects. Nardil really gave me a buzz-on. Loved it - my social life (what there was of it) definitely improved. But it became too hard to tolerate. If you look at historical discussions on this subject, you'll find all sorts of opinions. The drugs seem to work differently depending on the user. There used to be a Web site, which said, "we (?) have found that in general Parnate, as opposed to Nardil, is more effective with generalized social anxiety disorder. The site recommended P. over N. due to Parnate's "added noradrenergic and dopaminergic effects." I'd have stayed on the Nardil if it wasn't for the site effects. I'd be interestd in hearing anyone's experiences with Marplan, which was off the market for years.




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