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Re: strength of ssri's

Posted by rjlockhart37 on August 13, 2019, at 15:38:49

In reply to strength of ssri's, posted by joe f on August 13, 2019, at 9:08:15

effexor is very potent, it's effective antidepressant and it's response ratings are higher than most SSRIs. Usally you have to move the dose up over 100mg, the best is Effexor XR

zoloft, they say zoloft is more effective than prozac in some studies in severe depression. seritalin is used in severe depression cases

prozac somewhat potent, but it takes so long to work, like over 6 weeks or more. Have to be patient, because it's the slowest SSRI to start having beneficial effects. I've noticed at 80mg is it kinda potent, but fluoxetine is known to be the least selective SSRI, meaning it targets a more broad of serotonin, while others like lexepro and paxil are very selective. Prozac helps me alot, i don't think ill ever change because it does work.

maybe ask your doctor about effexor becaue that is highest response rate

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