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Re: CAM: Side Effects and Effectiveness of SSRIs IsoM

Posted by Cam W. on December 21, 2001, at 22:48:11

In reply to CAM: Side Effects and Effectiveness of SSRIs, posted by IsoM on December 20, 2001, at 11:45:33

IsoM - This is just a clinical observation on my part, but when many people start an SSRI and get fairly severe start-up side effects, they seem to respond to the SSRI better, once the side effects wane (within a month or so).

Possibly, this may be due to the start-up side effects being the increases in available serotonin stimulating serotonergic receptors in places away from where the dysfunctional serotoniergic transmission is occuring.

Again, this is something that I have no proof of, it is just me thinking out loud. - Cam




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