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Re: Is Modafinil a Weak Dopamine reuptake inhibitor? farshad

Posted by SLS on March 3, 2018, at 11:30:49

In reply to Re: Is Modafinil a Weak Dopamine reuptake inhibitor?, posted by farshad on March 3, 2018, at 11:17:08

> > You always come up with new questions regarding mechanisms of action. But even scientists dont know why certain drugs are working and others are not. This is not a clear cut science yet that you can learn and then make some sort of super smart decision.
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> Are u blind? im just asking for the mechanism of action . all drugs have an mechanism that they work on that we follow. Thats how we can find out which drugs suits said person. We dont give dopamine agonist to schizoprenia patients.. Stop putting words in my mouth and wasting my time with ur SH*t talk. I just wanna know why its labeled weak when it inhibits 50% which is not weak.

Lamdage makes a good point. The brain is in many ways still a black box to us. I can't blame you for wanting to choose a drug that will be the best fit for you. However, people are often surprised as to what works for them and what makes them worse. You may have to move forward and choose a drug based upon a clinical profile rather than a molecular one.

Is there any one drug that interests you most? If it were necessary for you to choose a drug today, which one would it be?

- Scott

Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.

- George Bernard Shaw




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