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Re: Selegiline and Adderall

Posted by andrewb on November 27, 1999, at 15:54:21

In reply to Selegiline and Adderall, posted by Jezebel on November 26, 1999, at 13:27:13

Amineptine and amisulpride are antidepressants that are dopamine based. Amineptine blocks the uptake of dopamine and amisulpride selectively antagonizes the presynaptic D2-D3 dopamine receptors in the limbic system and striatum. I've used both, and while they both were effective, I've found amisulpride, compared to amineptine, to have less side effects and to be better for anxiety. These antidepressants are only available from overseas. I have put together an information piece on amisulpride for patients and their psychiatrists. If you would like me to Email it to you, Email me at




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