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Re: SSRI's and underlying conditions

Posted by g_g_g_unit on November 8, 2010, at 2:15:25

In reply to Re: One person's argument for Escitalopram linkadge, posted by morgan miller on November 7, 2010, at 21:37:45

Is it possible that those who respond poorly (or feel 'zombified') to SSRIs might also have an underlying condition like inattentive ADD? While undiagnosed, I felt like a complete non-entity on SSRIs, but then again, I've always had to fight to motivate myself and concentrate, so SSRIs just made the battle that much harder.

Maybe people with normal executive function aren't hit as hard? Just uneducated speculation .. feel free to correct me.




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