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Posted by IsoM on September 22, 2002, at 1:43:56

In reply to Re: LEXAPRO/lobotomy...HAHAHA!!!!, posted by URCONFUSED on September 21, 2002, at 16:39:34

URCONFUSED, a lot of people seem to have a flattening of emotions on SSRIs. It's not that unusual. I'm not affected like that - emotions are sharper & more real for me but when I was talking to my biology prof once (she's about my age & we got along great) about anti-depressants, she said when she was prescribed an SSRI briefly, she felt strangely unmoved by anything. Things that would normally make her sad (or happy) instead made her completely detached with a "could care less" attitude. She didn't like the blunting effect & discontinued them. I've also heard that from a few others who've taken SSRIs. Don't be too quick to discount other's reactions, even if yours aren't similar.




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