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Seretonine and endomorphine why not ?

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Technically yes, but the formulation is the key to safety.

 

Serotonin reuptake inhibitors and apomorphine for example are two safe drugs that work on these neurotransmitter/chemical systems.

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Technically yes, but the formulation is the key to safety.

 

Serotonin reuptake inhibitors and apomorphine for example are two safe drugs that work on these neurotransmitter/chemical systems.

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Technically yes, but the formulation is the key to safety.

 

Serotonin reuptake inhibitors and apomorphine for example are two safe drugs that work on these neurotransmitter/chemical systems.

 

 

Which serotonin reuptake inhibitors could you recomend, or more used, if the case ?

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Any of the common SSRI's or combination drugs (SNRI's like effexor) can work in the right dose if monitored. Remember they inhibit uptake and make the chemical more available--mechanism is not replacement of the chemical.

 

Good luck and get guidance from a physician.

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Any of the common SSRI's or combination drugs (SNRI's like effexor) can work in the right dose if monitored. Remember they inhibit uptake and make the chemical more available--mechanism is not replacement of the chemical.

 

Good luck and get guidance from a physician.

 

Thanks for you kind attention and expertise answer. I keep wondering why there is not possible yet the use and addition of seretonine in PD treatment in some cases, as it does happens with the dopamine (levodopa).

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Great question and complex answer. It has to do with getting the drug to the right part of the brain. It is harder than it looks.

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