^^ Sounds interesting, icecreamsnow. Have you taken it, and are you still?
It seems to lack the anxyolytic properties of Nardil, from what I understand, but has far fewer side effects.
My pdoc has mentioned it a few times as an option. So far I've declined and stayed with Nardil. It seems like a surer bet.
Last time I saw him he said he'd just switched one of his patients, a woman, over to moclobemide from Nardil.
Apparently although she was doing well, her weight had ballooned in a couple of months on Nardil. I'm seeing my pdoc in a few days; it'll be interesting to ask him how this person is doing.
At the risk of going off-topic, my doctor also keeps suggesting I could give tranylcypromine a go. Again, I have declined.
It took me a while of nagging before he allowed me to try Nardil, so I guess I'm a little concerned that if I try something else and don't like it, he may be reluctant to let me go back on it.