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Re: NMDA Antagonists + Synthetic Opioids brynb

Posted by phidippus on August 2, 2012, at 21:15:51

In reply to NMDA Antagonists + Synthetic Opioids, posted by brynb on August 1, 2012, at 17:59:58

Subutex is not an NMDA antagonist.

Your mood responds to Tramadol because its aa potent antidepressant. Besides being an NMDA antagonist, Tramadol is an SNRI (seratonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor). Subutex isn't going to work on all the levels Tramadol did, but it can still be a strong augmentation for the treatmeent of depression-I take 8 mg PRN tto smooth over rough days.

Another drug you may want to try out is Memantine. Since you seem to respond to NMDA antagonism, this drug may be helpful for you.

Please ask me any questions you may have-I want to help you be prepared for your PDOC.





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