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Re: amineptine/tianeptine for depression

Posted by George on September 22, 1998, at 14:03:25

In reply to amineptine/tianeptine for depression, posted by ian on September 12, 1998, at 11:59:46

> Has anyone had experience with either of these European antidepressants

> Amineptine (Survector) is basically a dopamine reuptake inhibitor. It's banned from the Olympics, apparently because of its energy boosting capacity.

> Tianeptine (Stablon), believe it or not, is a serotonin reuptake accelerator; i.e., it works exactly opposite of Prozac, Zoloft, Paxit and the other SSRIs. Where they keep as much serotonin as possible in circulation, tianeptine takes as much of it as possible out of circlation. Yet it still works and, I would presume, without many of the SSRI side effects.
I've tried amineptine, had headaches and severe drousiness, I suspect this is not typical as amineptine is supposed to be very activating.




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