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Re: Neurobiology of OCD - speculation Bill82

Posted by phidippus on February 25, 2015, at 16:58:31

In reply to Re: Neurobiology of OCD - speculation, posted by Bill82 on February 25, 2015, at 11:50:01

>Which would also mean theoretically I may have more seritonin

If you have OCD, you certainly don't have 'more' serotonin.

>I have heard of people getting addicted to tramadol

This puzzles me, because Tramadol is about as strong as codeine, which is not commonly abused. Also, the mechanism of action most likely to be helping with the OCD is its SNRI properties.

Eric


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