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Re: selegiline ONLY (Chemist, KingVultan, SLS??) platinumbride

Posted by chemist on May 23, 2004, at 22:37:14

In reply to selegiline ONLY (Chemist, KingVultan, SLS??), posted by platinumbride on May 23, 2004, at 14:13:37

> I guess some ppl have read my selegiline compounded into a cream posts and seen that I can't be bothered with the uncertainty of it.
>
> I talked to my doc about an maoi, taken in the traditional pill form and mentioned that I wanted to try parnate. He patently refused to prescribe any maoi except for selegiline. He also prescribed an amoino acid (phenyalenine??) along with it.
>
> I have been trying to find things out about this, but everything I read about seleg. in a pill form deals with parkinson's or alzheimer's diseases, and I have only seen one thing about the seleg/phen. study.
>
> Does anyone have any experience with selegiline as an antidepressant? Or with the combination I described above?
>
> Thanks,
> Diane

chemist here....i cannot think of any reason why you should be taking phenylalanine...there is a tie-in with L-tyrosine, but essentially you have been prescribed a component of an artificial sweetener for food/drinks. the presence of a primary amine does not overshadow the carboxylate group...i would respectfully ask about L-tyorsine in lieu of phenylalanine....all the best, chemist


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