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Re: rasagiline superior to selegiline? Jakeman

Posted by Larry Hoover on June 1, 2006, at 5:24:24

In reply to Re: rasagiline superior to selegiline? Larry Hoover, posted by Jakeman on May 31, 2006, at 21:51:30

> Lar, so then would it be reasonable to assume that transdermal selegiline would produce less agitation than oral or sublingual delivery?
>
> I appreciate you input, Jake.

It would be reasonable to assume that less of the noxious byproducts are formed, when transdermal is compared to oral. Sublingual *is* transdermal. Some of the thinnest dermis in your entire body is in your mouth and your nasal cavities. People snort drugs to take advantage of that. I wouldn't snort selegeline, but......

How a person feels that reduction in byproduct production, is not within the bounds of my projective skill.

Lar

 

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