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Re: irreversible MAOI + Geodon safe?

Posted by desolationrower on June 5, 2011, at 17:01:20

In reply to Re: irreversible MAOI + Geodon safe? desolationrower, posted by SLS on May 15, 2011, at 6:34:31

> > based on binding, I would say yes, it should actually prevent 5ht syndrome. Of course, i haven't seen any actual testing, so it isn't as confirmed to be safe as something like nortriptyline that has human in vivo testing.
> >
> > -d/r
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> I had been on Nardil and Geodon for about a month without sequalae (untoward consequences). I discontinued Geodon for lack of efficacy.
>
> It is interesting that Geodon might reduce the risk of serotonin syndrome. What are the mechanisms by which this may occur (even if theoretical)?
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> Thanks.
>
>
> - Scott

Just that like many 2nd gen antipsychotics, its a potent antagonist of h5t2a/c receptors.

-d/r


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