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Re: SSRIs and cognition: what's your experience?

Posted by Cairo on July 24, 2005, at 9:24:16

In reply to Re: SSRIs and cognition: what's your experience?, posted by Dave001 on July 18, 2005, at 21:35:07

Lexapro caused major cognitive problems in my daughter. Switching to Zoloft helped immensely with improved short term memory, less apathy, more desire to socialize. I believe Zoloft's higher affinity for the dopamine receptor is the reason:


> > I dont see switching to zoloft helping, its DRI properties are quite
> > weak and if I want DRI I have amphetamines for that.
> Did you read the results of the studies from the abstracts that I posted?




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