Posted by JohnX2 on May 14, 2002, at 22:05:37
In reply to Re: Found info on interaction in PH Nurse's Drug Guide, posted by christophrejmc on May 14, 2002, at 1:16:32
> > Additionally, under the Selegiline Hydrochloride section it says "DRUG INTERACTIONS: same as with other MAO inhibitors, including severe reactions with Meperidine. Fluoxetine & possibly Sertraline & paroxetine,
> Low-dose selegiline has been safely combined with the SSRIs... It may be risky, but hardly as much as with the non-selective MAOIs.
> > "Amphetamines" applies to Dextroamphetamine Sulfate-Dexedrine, Dextrostat;
> > Mixed salts of amphetamine- Adderall, & D-Amphetamine Combo (Barr-generic Adderall);
> > & Desoxyn (methamphetamine hcl) & to many of the amphetamine-related anorectics such as Didrex (Benzphetamine) & Sanorex (mazindol).
> Low-dose selegiline has also been safely combined with d-amphetamine and other sympathomimetics.
> > No one except Parkinson's disease patients should even be taking Selegiline/L-Deprenyl.
Was there any information that says that Selegiline is any
more dangerous than a medication like Parnate?
Also Christopherjmc, are you still take selegiline (you were
doing a trial a few weeks back If I recall) ?