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Re: medication for Asperger's disorder

Posted by borderliner21 on December 17, 2001, at 20:54:00

In reply to medication for Asperger's disorder PaulB, posted by IsoM on December 17, 2001, at 18:39:38

Tricylic antidepressants help the repetive actions in autism. I also read that SSRi's can cause autistic people to become suicidal but this can probably happen to anyone; this happened to me.(another reason why I think I have something similar to asperger's and not tourret's) Also, Anti-psychotics have been shown to help with the loss of reality in asperger's folks. How do ssri's work for autistic folks. I tried ssri's but I find that when I am on them I lose my creativity , crave marijuana and I lose interest in my family.


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