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Re: Have our brains been permanently damaged? Huxley

Posted by Conundrum on September 17, 2010, at 22:54:40

In reply to Re: Have our brains been permanently damaged? Conundrum, posted by Huxley on September 17, 2010, at 2:58:49

Yeh the old ones did have their problems, but its not hidden from view that older drugs can cause some bad side effects. At least with the TCA's you're doctor knows memory loss and cognitive problems are legitimate when it happens with SSRIs all is denied.

This is just one example and I'm just talking about cognitive symptoms of antidepressants. Yes all APs cause TD. There is no getting around that, old or new.

BTW Huxley is an interesting handle is there a reason you chose that name?

Iatrogenic post-SSRI problems: anhedonia, memory and concentration problems, sexual dysfunction. (not a formal DX)


Currently taking Lamictal, mirtazapine, and abilify.




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