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Re: Parnate vs Nardil???/Sonic

Posted by stargazer2 on December 3, 2007, at 9:23:33

In reply to Re: Parnate vs Nardil???/phillipa stargazer2, posted by sonic_gb on December 3, 2007, at 8:49:54

I'm sure if MAO's are discussed in their training the emphasis is on thie risks not the efficacy of them. My feeling is that the newer meds may not have alot of dangerous side effects now, but who know what will be discovered after several years of use.

The doctors at McLean hospital (Harvard trained) in MA are the best and they use MAO's all the time, alone and in combination with other meds. They see the results for a select resistent group of patients and know that they work better than most of the other meds out there.

Years of drug trials for me were wasted on the newest stuff when the older MAO's were the only ones that worked. My pdoc knew this but felt that the newer drugs would work too but after years of taking them, I only had brief periods of stability, not long term.

Very few people have died as a result of taking MAO's incorrectly. I wonder about stats on the newer drugs. You don't find out for years after a drug is released about harmful or deadly SE's.

I have heard of someone formulating his own Nardil so it is not such a far out idea.

Stargazer


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