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Memory, SSRI's, and Neurontin

Posted by tortoise on January 2, 2002, at 9:48:15

Besides weight gain, I had some memory issues with Paxil. I had very bad memory issues with Serzone. I'm currently on 40 mg of Prozac (for dysthymia, anxiety, and SP) and I've been attributing certain speaking difficulties to anxiety/SP, but after reading some of the archives, I'm wondering if Prozac is also causing some cognitive issues. Neurontin, which I'm considering adding, also seems to be associated with memory issues.

My question is, are there SSRI's and anti-anxiety drugs which are particularly poor for memory? Are there some which are more pro-memory? What do the terms cholinergic and anticholinergic mean? As I apply to grad school, cognitive functioning is important to me! :-)





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