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Re: how serious is serotonin syndrome?

Posted by cybercafe on October 17, 2003, at 4:21:20

In reply to Re: how serious is serotonin syndrome?, posted by stjames on October 16, 2003, at 13:41:21

> serotonin syndrome is most often a minor event,
> I don't call death & autonomic NS disfunction
> a "minor" event. I think your advise is dangerious.

sorry guys i know this is a question for my doc but he has disappeared (!)

i know it can cause coma, hyperpyrexia (is that easily treatable?), and rhabdonolysis but i just don't know how common they are ...

especially considering that it's only the difference between a 10 day and a 14 day washout
... i'm imagining that if taking an MAOI and SSRI at the same time would produce serious effects, after a 10 day washout they would be much less serious? any have personal experience to share?




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