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Re: Any Memory Problems Associated with Taking Celexa

Posted by pullmarine on September 29, 2000, at 12:34:28

In reply to Any Memory Problems Associated with Taking Celexa, posted by Sandy J on September 28, 2000, at 21:20:18

Yup, sounds familiar to me. That's why I kept quitting taking them when i had to study for my exams. Unfortunatly, there's no magic pill out there (I should know, i've tried a whole bunch of the, and more). they all have some side effect or another. they all alter brain chemistry, and no one really knows what the long term effects of these drugs are.


> My husband has been taking Celexa for over a year now. His dosage has been increased and I have noticed a HUGE increase in memory problems, i.e. he can't remember entire conversations,to everday tasks such as thinking he has paid bills when he hasn't. Has anyone else experienced this or know of someone who has. He is now taking 40 mg a day. Thanks for any and all input.




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