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Re: Increase MAO-A to reduce Neurontransmitters?

Posted by farshad on December 4, 2017, at 7:55:02

In reply to Re: Increase MAO-A to reduce Neurontransmitters? farshad, posted by SLS on December 4, 2017, at 6:17:33

> Hi.
>
> > oh and I tried nardil didnt work so im pretty sure my MAO is low..
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> Perhaps MAO is not involved at all in your case.
>
> > Low MAO is a lot worse than fast MAO.
>
> Your statement is interesting, although counterintuitive. What is your evidence for saying this?
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> Which neurotransmitters do you feel are important in your case?
>
> > I like how you automatically assumed my MAO is fast.
>
> Linkadge is only trying to help. He is being generous with his time and knowledge. Everyone wants to see you succeed and feel better.
>
> I mentioned VMAT2. Blocking this vesicular transporter reduces the amount of neurotransmitter in the synaptic cleft. Valbenazine (Ingrezza) is a drug that has recently been approved for the treatment of neuroleptic-induced dyskinesia. The idea is to offset postsynaptic supersensitivity by reducing dopamine release.
>
>
> - Scott

how am I gonna get Valbenazine ? its not even made in sweden and even if it was what am I gonna say. I belive I have a low mao pls give me Valbenazine . they are gonna laugh in my face . most docs not up to date to this stuff.

https://neuroendoimmune.wordpress.com/2013/11/21/progesterone-and-the-neurotransmitters-the-under-recognized-relationship/

I wanna use progesterone to increase mao. im asking if its sufficient enough to do it.


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