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Re: Neighbor who is a teacher Says SSRI's Cause Memory Phillipa

Posted by TylerJ on March 29, 2006, at 9:43:56

In reply to Neighbor who is a teacher Says SSRI's Cause Memory, posted by Phillipa on March 28, 2006, at 12:34:42

> I've never heard of this before but my neighbor from Florida who is a third grade teacher said she heard or read that SSRI's cause memory loss. And she can't remember where she heard or read this. Has anyone else ever heard of this. I haven't. She is on lexapro 10mg and 3mg of xanax and will take up to 6mg of xanax at night if she cant sleep. She just laughs and says well if I cant remember something I tell my Son(grown and married with a child) that it's the medicine. She thinks it's a joke. Well I don't do any of you? Or have any of you heard of this. this must National SSRI bad side effects week. Love Phillipa

Come on can't believe everything someone says, or what you read, or what you heard, etc, etc. Some people find something bad about EVERYTHING! And you know what, if you look hard enough you can too. There is no scientific proof that ssri's cause memory loss!! But, everything has side-effects of some kind...that's just how it is. Even Vitamins can have side effects...

-Vitamin E can elevate blood pressure in hypertensives.
-Choline can deepen the depressive phase of bi-polar depression.
-Vitamin C can reverse the anticoagulant activity of blood thinner in the drug Coumadin.

By the way, this list could go on and on....





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