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... Strattera and Cocaine act with different mechanisms of action and stimulation in a rat brain and a monkey's brain. ... (1 replies)
... Ok, I feel I should know this, but what does this mean? Animal Experience Drug discrimination studies in rats and monkeys showed inconsistent stimulus generalization between atomoxetine and cocaine. Thanks guys, Brendan (1 replies)
Strattera Concerns
Jun 30, 2004
... I am concerned and curious about Strattera and I have a few questions about it. ... (1 replies)

... Since Norepinehrine, Dopamine and Serotonin can all be involved in depression, an SNRI like Strattera may or may not be effective against depression. ... (1 replies)
... c my sister who's a drunk, started drinking when I was just a little kid. I grew up watching what the booze, pot, and cocaine was doing to her, and by the time I was a teenager I had made myself a vow that I would never abuse drugs or alcohol. ... (6 replies)
... days of Strattera Success... ... (3 replies)
... diagnosis and put me on 100 mg Wellbutrin, and 60 mg Strattera per day. I should mention, that I have the tendency to binge drink, and have taken other illicit drugs including marijuana, cocaine, pain pills and the like. ... (1 replies)
... which put him in a very bad mood. He then switched to Adderall which he did well on but once again we were moving his mg's up too often. Now he is on 25 mg of Strattera and 15 mg of Adderall. This has been a heaven sent combination for him. It was like they both cancelled out any side effects of the other. ... (10 replies)
... stimulant medication users simular to cocaine users. Stimulants are bad for the heart, blood pressure, hormone production, eyes and the liver, this is only a small example. ... (15 replies)
... I only say that because some of the ritalin type meds may be the wrong thing for you. Something nonstimulant based, like strattera maybe a better choice. The fatigue and all seem like it could show another problem and not just ADD also. Have you been checked out for that? ... (12 replies)
... Now, let me ask you this, why are you not open to trying strattera yet you gave your child ritalin and other stimulant medications that are related to cocaine and meth amphetamines? ... (4 replies)
... Like with any drug there will be a small percentage of people who have negative side effects or the drug just won't work for them. I had some side effects with Strattera but they seem to have gone away. I am more sensitive to cold weather, but that's not a hard problem to fix. ... (18 replies)
Feb 2, 2003
... In clinical trials, Strattera use was associated with an increased risk of mydriasis and therefore its use is not recommended in pateints with narrow angle glaucoma. ... (152 replies)
... I would discuss things with your doctor very honestly and see if he has any ideas. You have some misconceptions that concern me, and your Adderall dose seems somewhat high. My understanding is that recommended dosages for Adderall top out in the 40mg range for ADHD, and 60mg for narcolepsy. Obviously these dosages can be exceeded at the direction of your physician, but you... (10 replies)
... I am 27 years old. I have recently decided (November) to go back and finish my degree program in College. In preparation for this, I decided to seek out treatment for previously diagnosed ADHD in order to succeed in my classes this time around. When I had previously attended classes in college (2001-2003) I had been on various antidepressants at one time or another and... (4 replies)
... thanks Bob (addprogrammer). when you say you were addicted to amphetamines, Im assuming you mean non-prescription? i believe that the reason the boy has started to experience problems after a year of non-problems is b/c of the "over time" brother who is three years older wne through the same dexerine cycle that i did, and his first year and 3 months were... (7 replies)
... I've read a little and the dopamine damage thing is called downregulation which is, when receptors are exposed to a drug for a long period, the receptors will de-sensitize or even die off. They have recently in the last few years discovered in a study that antidepressants can have a simular effect on serotonin receptors, causing the receptors to become damaged and change... (21 replies)
... but not stimulant alternatives. Strattera is a start... ... (21 replies)
... ok???? Weather it's nyquil or tylenol, billboards for liqour, cigarette ads every time you walk in the store, on tv, brittney spears smoking, janet jackson's boob, sex pop-ups on the internet, strattera commercials - any medium. You and your child and every other american are exposed to enough marketing to "get ideas planted in your head". And quite honestly i think its... (41 replies)
... Gee, if dopamine is what you need, what's up with Strattera anyway? ... (149 replies)

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