Tyramine pressor doses were also studied in 11 subjects after extended treatment with Emsam 12 mg per 24 hours. At 30, 60, and 90 days, the mean pressor doses (TYR30) of tyramine administered without food were 95 mg, 72 mg, and 88 mg, respectively. The lowest pressor dose without food was 25 mg in three subjects at day 30 while on Emsam 12 mg per 24 hours. Eight subjects from this study, with a mean tyramine pressor dose of 64 mg at 90 days, were subsequently administered tyramine with food, resulting in a mean pressor dose of 172 mg ( times the mean pressor dose observed without food, p less than ).
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I stand corrected, Heather! To me, it looked like one of those new-fangled digital thermometers that I don’t like, as I’ve wasted money on them and they don’t register my temp! I was taught to do basal temp testing on an old fashioned thermometer & didn’t realize there was a difference in different new ones! I’m guessing I’d find one of those online, eh, as my local drug stores are not great. Thanks for clearing that up for me. BTW, this morning I enjoyed reading your article on 15 things to do for my adrenal issues. THANKS AGAIN.