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Re: Have our brains been permanently damaged?

Posted by Conundrum on September 16, 2010, at 23:53:22

In reply to Have our brains been permanently damaged?, posted by Huxley on September 16, 2010, at 18:34:23

> What if after taking these meds such as an SSRI for a medium period of time is enough to permanently damage your brain and lead to you requiring additional medications to deal with the problems it has caused.
That is what I'm trying to do. I don't get what these drugs do. Its like there is no return, because the drugs even changed the way genes are expressed. I hope there is a way home. Its interesting you don't hear as many problems with the older drugs, but maybe thats because they were before the age of the web? Or maybe they were just better.

Iatrogenic post-SSRI problems: anhedonia, memory and concentration problems, sexual dysfunction. (not a formal DX)


Currently taking Lamictal, mirtazapine, and abilify.




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