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Re: When does MAO level become too low? linkadge

Posted by FredPotter on November 8, 2009, at 21:54:55

In reply to Re: When does MAO level become too low?, posted by linkadge on November 8, 2009, at 19:05:14

Linkadge did you really have the painful stiff joints, almost unable to walk round the supermarket? If Parnate works then it sounds like a hospital drug not one for ambulatory patients. I spent every week slumped at my desk desperately fighting off sleep, at lunchtime was asleep in my car, then often I'd sleep all evening. I didn't get insomnia, only once when I took it in the evening. If they can't measure the MAO-A level they shouldn't be administering the drug surely. Then I'd sleep away my weekend. My friends were giving up on me because I never wanted to go out. Now I've stopped I feel quite well, if a little angry, but I'll speak to the psychopharmacologist on skype this evening




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