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Re: Trivastal is an a2-adrenoreceptor antagonist? clipper40

Posted by Mishal on November 29, 2007, at 4:24:15

In reply to Trivastal is an a2-adrenoreceptor antagonist?, posted by clipper40 on November 28, 2007, at 19:02:53

> I thought that meant that it would cause less norepinephrine to be available in the synapses. However, on Servier's website they talk about the a2-adrenoreceptor antagonist in terms of "restoring central noradrenaline levels to normal". What am I not understanding here?

The action of Trivastal (piribedil) seems to similar to that old antidepressant Amineptine which acted both on dopamine and noradrenaline. Though I never had any luck in obtaining amineptine, I am taking Trivastal which is also a Servier product. The fast onset of antidepressant action mimics to that of amineptine. If Trivastal is the med for someone, he should not have to wait for all the way to two or more weeks to feel good. Trivastal acts directly to lift anhedonia, amotivation and apathy, three prime symptoms of depression.

Trivastal is better than wellbutrin. I didn't get any help from wellbutrin when I tried it. Even after two weeks, wellbutrin was the same. But on Trivastal I can feel the difference next day.




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