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Re: SSRI users - what is the most prosocial SSRI?

Posted by SLS on August 19, 2009, at 18:17:48

In reply to Re: SSRI users - what is the most prosocial SSRI?, posted by bleauberry on August 19, 2009, at 18:03:55

> If you are talking about being comfortable in a crowd, not nervous, then I would say Paxil.
> If you are talking about desiring to introduce yourself to strangers at a gathering and mingling around the room, none. You'll be too numb to care.

I found Effexor to be of help, and I never felt numb nor apathetic while taking it. I don't recall being numb on any of the SSRI/SNRI drugs with the possible exception of Zoloft. I don't think that numbness is guaranteed to occur with these drugs.

- Scott




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