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Re: Ach effecting Ca+ and SK

Posted by desolationrower on June 25, 2011, at 11:07:05

In reply to Re: Ach effecting Ca+ and SK, posted by B2chica on June 15, 2011, at 10:16:20

> what about a basic role of Ach.
> on zyprexa Ach(m) i've always done really well.
> is it that it helps the 5ht-2a absorb more?
> or effects the dopamine antagonist?
> i really wish i understood the workings of zyprexa better and why i've done so well on it in the past. if it werent for the large weight gain i get on it. i would be on it for life with no worries.
> right now i'm headed down hill fast.
> its bad and i dont think upping perphenazine will help as its only a Dopaminergic drug.

olanzapine blocks 5ht2a (and c) receptors. I can't think of any important direct action between serotonin and acetylcholine, or olanzapine and acethylcholine (though it does block some muscarinic receptors. The TCAs do that too). The 5ht2 block is probably more responsible for mood lifting, but d2 might help deaden things too. both are part of the weight gain effect.


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