Posted by myco on February 2, 2009, at 11:22:51
In reply to I speak out in defence of MAO Inhibiter, Nardil., posted by Chihuahua on February 2, 2009, at 4:42:03
> All the pharmacists know is that Nardil now must be kept in the fridge because it's integrity is fragile.
I dont have experience with the old nardil but the new works fine for me. I didnt know you had to keep this in the fridge. Is this a proven fact? I believe my pharmacy keeps it on the shelf but its always worked well for me, but again I can't compare. I know the monograph in the usa and canada says pretty much room temp (15 to what? 25 or 30 celsius I think). Although I did notice the monograph for the australian brand says cold temps (like fridge). I have noticed that sometimes my refills "feel different", some better than others..not sure if this is a 15mg +- 5% issue or not or just placebo effect.