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Re: Does BuSpar ever work?

Posted by linkadge on November 30, 2004, at 18:02:20

In reply to Re: Does BuSpar ever work? linkadge, posted by zeugma on November 30, 2004, at 16:20:31

I think it would be a very usefull adjunctive to current antipsychotics. Clozapine's proposed utility in treating the negative symptoms of schitsophrenia is it's 5-ht1a agonism.

If the safer zyprexa was combined with buspar, lower doses of zyprexa might be needed (to achieve optimal d2 blocade) and some of the negative symptoms might be more effectivly treated
with the alpha-2 antagonism and 5-ht1a agonism.


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