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Fluanxol vs. Amisulpride?

Posted by TomG on February 24, 2006, at 22:09:46

I've gotten a thumbs up and a signature from my doc to get these foreign medicines in my hand and down my throat. I'm in the U.S. and they aren't here for reasons I really don't care about. I'm treating negative and cognitive symptoms of schizophrenia or some sort of hypodopaminergic depression. I really stopped caring about the labels of diagnosis a long time ago. If someone smarter than me could answer one question that would be great. Fluanxol being a thioxanthene derivative would Navane offer the same pharmacodynamics or easier said another alternative. I'm sure they are different drugs, but I haven't read so much about Navane being used here in the U.S. as I do about Fluanxol in the U.K.. Also, I should probably try Amisulpride first it being a cleaner drug in respect to TD and all? Thoughts welcome? And my newest venture will be adding mid to low dose of Abilify to 12mg/50mg Symbyax dose. I am curious to see how Abilify will act alongside a potent D2 antagonist. Thoughts Welcome.





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