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Re: Questions about Strattera (and Fluanxol) NKP

Posted by linkadge on July 13, 2020, at 7:33:41

In reply to Re: Questions about Strattera (and Fluanxol), posted by NKP on July 12, 2020, at 15:06:05

SSRIs can increase the risk of diabetes (usually in association with weight gain) but it is certainly not guaranteed.

As for antipsychotics, the atypicals are actually associated with more risk (especially olanzapine) whereas the typicals have a lower risk.

Again as for the Fluanxol, I would assess why you are using it. If it is for any psychotic like symptoms then it is justified. However, if it is just being used as a sedative, there are much better options. If an antipsychotic is needed, then you could try something like abilify.

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