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Re: Anitphycotics vs 5ht2a receptor drugs

Posted by AndyAI on July 10, 2003, at 9:38:33

In reply to , posted by Re: Anitphycotics vs 5ht2a receptor drugs on en

I take rispiridone for hypomania and i seem to have improved since my first episode is it possible that rispiridone is such a powerfull inverse antagonist of 5ht2a that it is permanantly altering the levels of 5ht2a and so reducing the severity of my episodes?, is it possible that any dendrites that are dependant on 5ht2a are being 'shut down' due to lack of signal propogation. Secondly if i was to take remeron, serzone or trazodone would they be more effective than rispiridone, i have never hallucinated and i think the inverse antagonism of 5ht2a is what is causing my mania to be removed when i use rispiridone.




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