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Re: Antibiotic (doxycycline) treatment for depression SLS

Posted by psychobot5000 on October 12, 2013, at 1:51:28

In reply to Re: Antibiotic (doxycycline) treatment for depression psychobot5000, posted by SLS on October 12, 2013, at 1:16:19

> I wasn't aware of the iron chelating properties of tetracyclines. That's very interesting.
> I have tried minocycline and doxycyline to treat my bipolar depression. I found doxycycline to be without effect despite taking it for several months. By comparison, minocycine afforded me a robust antidepressant effect that appeared in the first week of treatment. It is my impression that this effect is the result of any of a multitude of other actions of minocycline that are absent in the other tetracyclines.

Interesting indeed. I take it minocycline's antidepressant effect was not sustained? Were there notable side-effects?

Side-note: always be sure your 'cycline' is within its expiration date. Unlike most drugs, tetracyclines become poisononous after expiration (gradually, I assume, but I wouldn't push my luck on this one much, from what I've been told)




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