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Re: Concern about boyfriends med mix desolationrower

Posted by SLS on August 26, 2008, at 13:00:00

In reply to Re: Concern about boyfriends med mix SLS, posted by desolationrower on August 26, 2008, at 12:44:55

> No, two antipsychotics is not going to be more dangerous. It isn't going to be helpful, either, since you already have most of the relevant receptors occupied. Adding another molecule isn't going to make that more effective.

Not to be a pain in the butt, but it is not always a successful venture to invest so heavily in theories and hypotheses when the only way to be sure of things is simply to observe clinical outcomes. Some people don't respond to Abilify whom do respond to Seroquel. It is still confounding to our best scientists why someone would respond to one drug and not another. I am not suggesting to disregard entirely the raw data that comes from the study of neurobiology. It sometimes yields clues to what is really a clinical art.

I am glad that my doctors and I did not exclude from consideration drugs that now occupy important roles in my treatment regime simply because they did not seem to make sense based on the unlikely circumstance that anyone knows enough to do such a thing.

Understanding often comes after observing a clinical fact, and not before.

- Scott




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