kazz wrote: Can you buy them without prescription....officially no, practically speaking probably, but why would you want to?
This last really isn't a sarcastic comment but an honest question.
Thaibride wrote:SSRI stands for serotonin reuptake inhibitors ,serotonin is a chemical found in the brain that gives feelings of well being. in true depression this chemical is depleted and an antidepressant will be px to increase the levels of serotonin. If depression is caused by life events like money divorce problems SSRI will make no difference in helping this type of depression .SSRI need to be taken for at least 3 mths as it takes that long for serotonin to build up in the brain synapses. The older antidepressants are called Tricyclic class .The new SSRI are not addictive, there is no such thing as a mild antidepressant its all about the correct dosage, also Tranquilizers are not antidepressants they are px for anxiety. ex PHARMACIST
Thaibride wrote:BG9374 You are a dangerous person.
OK Kazz been facetious was lost on me. Long term safety studies on SSRI show mild short term withdrawal symptoms. I can only quote evidence based medicine ,not what lay people say they have seen.
kazz wrote:OK Kazz been facetious was lost on me. Long term safety studies on SSRI show mild short term withdrawal symptoms. I can only quote evidence based medicine ,not what lay people say they have seen.
Ex mental health nurse.....so not quite a lay person.
There's often a difference between what happens in the lab or a clinical study and what real patients experience..
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