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Re: 'Sulpiride' and anxiety

Posted by katekite on May 3, 2002, at 20:28:08

In reply to Re: 'Sulpiride' and anxiety Ken, posted by JahL on May 3, 2002, at 20:19:33

Anyone know the proposed mechanism for it working for anxiety? I was reading something just now on both that seemed to suggest that sulpiride would be better for anxiety than amisulpride (sp? on the names there) just because there is a greater gap with sulpiride between effects on serotonin receptors and dopamine receptors. ie at low doses does serotonin but if go too high get antagonism of dopamine which might not help. But I don't know how they are supposed to work....anyone?
kate


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