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Re: News - Antidepressants Vindicated?

Posted by Jamal Spelling on September 11, 2007, at 13:42:46

In reply to Re: News - Antidepressants Vindicated?, posted by sam123 on September 11, 2007, at 12:41:05

My own opinion is that, if SSRIs were indeed nothing more than glorified placebos, then surely they should all be equally useful or useless when administered to any particular individual. And yet, most of us who have used SSRIs will attest that, in our own particular case, certain SSRIs work much better than others. For example, my own experience has been that sertaline works much better for me than citalopram. How is that possible if both were merely placebos? Shouldn't I then have benefited equally from both of them?





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