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Re: Abilify, TD Christ_empowered

Posted by SLS on January 15, 2012, at 8:30:57

In reply to Re: Abilify, TD, posted by Christ_empowered on January 14, 2012, at 22:20:27

> What the Baylor people seem to think is that is causes fewer EPS in the short-term but more TD long term, which is FRIGHTENING. But that's just one source.
>
> I did see one paper discussing "atypicals" in the treatment of depression, and the author said there's a 1.1% TD rate in depressives treated with Abilify after 6 weeks. I'm so scared now.

Well, I have been on Abilify 10-20 mg for ten years. I never had any hint of movement anomalies. My reading indicated to me that Abilify was less likely to produce TD than the other AAPs (except for, perhaps, clozapine), but more likely to produce akathisia. That Abilify works more in limbic rather than striatal motor structures would account for this. Also, as a partial agonist, Abilify should be less likely to produce supersensitization.

I can't guarantee anything, but these are the reasons why I have been comfortable taking Abilify.

http://altcancerweb.com/bipolar/pharmacology/stahl/dopamine-system-stabilizers-2001-part-one.pdf


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