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Gabapentin in Social Phobia

Posted by SalArmy4me on June 16, 2001, at 0:55:21

Pande, Atul C. MD, FRCPC et al. Treatment of Social Phobia With Gabapentin: A Placebo-Controlled Study. J of Clin Psypharm. 19(4):341-348, Aug 1999:
"This study has shown that gabapentin produced a significantly greater decrease in the symptoms of social phobia than did placebo as measured by the LSAS. Treatment response seemed to be influenced by age and gender, an observation for which only speculative explanations can be offered. Because women exhibited greater responses to placebo, the drug-placebo treatment difference was smaller for women than for men. Despite the influence of these variables, gabapentin seems to have anxiolytic activity, which confirms the anxiolytic profile seen in preclinical behavioral experiments."




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