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Re: whats perfusion

Posted by rod on February 14, 2004, at 7:21:59

In reply to whats perfusion, posted by linkadge on February 14, 2004, at 7:07:11

> Does that mean increased activity or decreased activity.
> Thanks
> Linkadge

Perfusion means blood flow. More blood, more activity I guess.
But on the other hand hypoperfusion (little blood flow) can cause the nerves to fire uncontrolled, leading to seizures.

I personally think from what I know about you, that carbamazine is a good choice. It also acts like an mild antipsychotic. And for most individuals it also increased cognition and memory. I also want/ed to try it myself, but I dont know how to get there without problems (Lamictal).

I wish you the best with Carbamazepine!





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