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

Posted by Alexanderfromdenmark on August 20, 2009, at 8:51:05

In reply to Re: SSRI users - what is the most prosocial SSRI?, posted by SLS on August 20, 2009, at 6:44:40

> > Sls you are right. There should have been a control group of depressed patients not taking drugs, but still if you read the whole study, I don't really feel there needs to be.
> I find abstracts difficult to follow sometimes.
> - Scott

Unfortunately I can't find a link to the whole study. I've got it here on my computer, but havn't got a server to put up on. The thing that sepereates SSRI patients from the controls if is significantly elevated levels of prolactin, significantly decreased LH, FSH and testosterone and decreased or no response to meds that stimulate LH and FSH secretion.

Basicly they are secondary hypogonadal while on the drug. The elevated prolactin also suggests a significan't decraese in dopamine. Supporting our dopamine depletion theories.




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