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nortriptyline plasma levels Sad Panda

Posted by zeugma on May 30, 2004, at 15:33:09

In reply to Re: TCA-Thorazine resemblances, and more zeugma, posted by Sad Panda on May 30, 2004, at 2:42:08

yes I was curious about the effect of CMI, but first and foremost i want to be and stay well (as far as that's poss.), and it seems my pdoc knows what he's doing. my current depression is exogeneous, brought on by 'subsyndromal' depressive symptoms. now, look at this study:

http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/full/156/8/1177

it shows how sensitive nortriptyline plasma levels are to the presence or not of 'subsyndromal' symptoms. i have not had plasma levels done on nortrip at 75 mg in years. things have changed a lot since then (concomitant meds, age, brand vs. generic) plus this study delimits a stricter window than most guidelines recommend.


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