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The Scientific Answer Is... Janelle

Posted by fachad on March 27, 2002, at 12:23:16

In reply to So, is the answer ''WE DON'T KNOW''??, posted by Janelle on March 27, 2002, at 1:37:23

The Scientific Answer Is...Intersubjective Variations.

Which means, everyone is *slightly* different in both their brain chemistry and how they perceive response to an AD.

So, we know that different SSRIs work for different people, but we do not know exactly why that is true.

> Why one SSRI (say Prozac) will work for Person A, but not Person B, why Person B instead responds to say Paxil?
> Do we or don't we know why different people respond to different SSRI's if SSRI's are fundamentally all designed to do the same thing???
> And if we do know, then WHY??!!??




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