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Re: i have a appt for a doc that prescribes Ketamine poser938

Posted by SLS on March 12, 2012, at 19:27:56

In reply to Re: i have a appt for a doc that prescribes Ketamine, posted by poser938 on March 12, 2012, at 8:12:17

Hi.

Thanks for the information and personal descriptions.

Amantadine and ketamine do not interact directly with dopamine receptors in the way that Mirapex does. I guess you knew that already.

Your choice of amisulpride would appear to be a logical one. I'm sorry it didn't work.

Have you tried Abilify? Abilify acts like a dynamically balanced combination of antipsychotic and dopamine agonist. It is called a "partial agonist", and seems to act as a buffer between overstimulation and understimulation. Another drug called cariprazine will probably come to market. It, too, is a dopamine D2/D3 receptor partial agonist.

The brain "reset" conceptualization of the action of ketamine is attractive.


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