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Re: damage from SSRI's Valero

Posted by 49er on December 7, 2008, at 5:44:34

In reply to Re: damage from SSRI's, posted by Valero on December 6, 2008, at 17:58:25

> I said " sounds like depression" not the same as "strictly due to depression" the rather exhaustive list of complaints from the first post seems a heavy charge to lay on the original SSRI treatment, however at a certain point in time it's no longer possible to neatly catalouge these phenomena , it's subjectively too complicated to unravel, nor would I find it advantageous to dwell on the fact that one may be "impaired" in some way by previous use of a substance. There are effective solutions available for most of the complaints listed, be they chemical, natural, or simply through the passage of time.
> Think positive !


I disagree as I feel the risks of these meds are greatly minimized in the psychiatric community and blown off as problems with the "illness". So I was concerned when I saw people in their responses doing the same thing,

What usually happens is that people get chemical solutions which results in a never ending prescription of meds as you keep medicating side effect which piles on additional problems. That is why I feel it is important to sort it out as people were just making the assumption it could be the original illness.

Regarding being positive, I said that a majority of people seem to recover but there is a significant minority who are having problems. In my opinion, false optimism is not helpful either.

If you still disagree, you might want to go to this thread, and look for a post near the end of the thread by anonymous:

This person feels psych meds helped him and his family but said he works in the industry and that there is very long term toxicity that has yet to be made public.





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