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Re: Sublingual Selegiline - more questions not exactly

Posted by hok on March 18, 2003, at 9:55:45

In reply to Re: Sublingual Selegiline - more questions hok, posted by not exactly on March 16, 2003, at 8:13:08


thanks for your informative answers. Our symptoms are fairly similar, atypical/anhedonic depression, with concommitant anxiety, SP, SAD, and CFS features.

I'm really surprised the buspar/klonopin combo is working for you. I've found utility in both drugs but only to a limited extent. It's good to hear that a successful tx plan can be so simpilified sometimes. Good luck with the selegiline augmentation. A word of warning though, low doses of selegiline without an AD may induce depression. Hopefully, the buspar will help buffer this effect.

By the way, did you ever have any problems with selegiline and verbal fluency? It seems deprenyl is great for word recall, but I seem to get "caught up" a lot in my conversations. There is some reference in the reserch to a decrease in verbal fluency on selegiline and I was wondering if you ever noticed this while on the patch (or did the MAO-A inhibition help to balance this out).





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