Monoamine oxidase inhibitor

What is Monoamine oxidase inhibitor?

These are first generation antidepressants and act by inhibiting the activity of monoamine oxidase, thus preventing the breakdown of monoamine neurotransmitters and thereby increasing their availability.

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Doctor, I am a 54 year old white male that was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease three years ago. I am taking Mirapex (2.25mg/once per day) for...

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Continue with monotherapy with Miraprex

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I know it is contraindicated to take any sort of dopaminergic drug with a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI); however, I'm aware of a few case...

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Still risk of interaction

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Hi, im taking venlefaxine ant cant help but notice the stimulant and confidence associated with the likes of amphetamine type drugs, is this normal...

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Incomplete data like what is the purpose of using Venlafaxine, I mean what is your problem for which it is...

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