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Re: bromocriptine Questionmark

Posted by chemist on July 12, 2004, at 5:34:23

In reply to bromocriptine, posted by Questionmark on July 12, 2004, at 1:21:49

> Does anyone have any experience with bromocriptine? i'm getting a prescription for it in a couple of days in my latest attempt to ease the anorgasmia caused by Nardil. (So far cyproheptadine, amantadine, methylphenidate, Adderall, and [from when i was on Paxil] Wellbutrin and Remeron were all failures). (Oh and Ginkgo helped minimally if at all).
> So a lot is riding on this bromocriptine-- although i am pretty dubious, unfortunately. Anyway, any information you can pass to me about bromocriptine (and/or relief from Nardil anorgasmia) would be highly appreciated. Thanks.

hello there, chemist here....i have a passing experience (not as a patient) with bromocriptine, which is indicated (usually) for prolactin inhibition: my experience was in examining binding affinities for various neuronal nicotine receptor subtypes in re: anti-parkinson's remedy. i have not heard anything about it for anorgasmia. i realize this is of little help to you, but i cannot think of any reason why it would be prescribed in that regard....please do keep us posted, perhaps another posterr and/or you/your doctor can shed some light on the mechanism? all the best, chemist




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