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Re: Ace and All Nardil and MAOI Users » Flipsactown

Posted by cubbybear on April 20, 2004, at 12:11:13

In reply to Re: Ace and All Nardil and MAOI Users Questionmark, posted by Flipsactown on April 20, 2004, at 3:15:02

> Here's another AWESome site and I even emailed the pdoc who wrote the update, thanking him for the update article and asked a couple of quick questions, not really expecting an answer, but he did. Now that is AWESOME! I also asked him if I could share this info with fellow MAOI users and he that would be fine with him. Here is the site.
> Flipsactown aka FST
You're doing your homework and enlightening the doctors, but be careful. . .I looked at the above site and find that it contradicts the revised food restrictions established by Canadian researchers arond 1998 (e.g. by stating that Brie and Mozarella cheese are dangerous, when in fact, the actual tyramine readings provided by the Canadian researchers showed quite the contrary.) Furthermore, this article is misleading because it paints the impression that sauerkraut, for one, could be safe when it it not, and the article fails to even mention the potential fatal reaction of administering meperidine (analgesic) to an MAOI patient. It seems that there's still a lot of inconsistency and contradiction out there regarding which foods are safe and which are not. Meanwhile, the illustrious drug company, Glaxo Smith Kline, which is wallowing in the profits engendered by a 40% price hike of Parnate, is still distributing patient info with the bottles that put forth the overly broad, restrictive and unncessary restrictions of the MAOIs' first 40 years.Somehow, the revised and liberalized guidelines are not making their way on to the patient inserts. Ooops! I forgot. . . .the drug company has to cover its a**.
Sorry, guys, I went off the topic. . .I just hate seeing all this "misinformation" going around. After more than 40 years, it's high time the medical establishment got proven, substantiated numbers on the tyramine problem.




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