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Posted by gp on May 22, 2001, at 23:07:32

Okay, whats the deal with people complaining about serzone? The theory of a 5HT2A antagonist along with serotonin reuptake blockade makes perfect sense to me.
This would/should reduce the undesired actions of 5HT at the 5HT2A receptors (sexual dysfunction, insomnia, and anxiety) while retaining the positive effects of 5HT at the 5HT1 receptors (antidepressant and anxiolytic action) Also, it is alleged not to suppress REM sleep. So what's the deal with not hearing many success stories. I would really like to get some feedback on this. Thanks




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