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Re: paradoxical reactions to drugs? +raquo; sadienan

Posted by sadienan on March 30, 2008, at 13:40:06

In reply to Re: paradoxical reactions to drugs?, posted by sadienan on March 28, 2008, at 12:26:30

That makes alot of sense to me. I'm going to scout around for more info. My brother is a neuroanatomist and he told me that the neurotransmitters in addition to the "meds" we ingest are like playing different scores of music on the piano. Each has its' own pattern. Everyone is unique.
What concerns me about my being on prozac is that I've read some studies that suggest that - if you have been on it for quite some time- possibly one's own brain senses that it no longer needs to produce the normal amount of serotonin as the drug is being given. So, if one stops the med, the receptors MAY be left unfed. These were animal studies, tho, not with humans. I would hope that eventually your own neurotransmitters and receptors would get back to normal.




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