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Re: Is it possible to be allergic to antidepressants? G-man885858

Posted by 49er on August 7, 2011, at 6:20:06

In reply to Is it possible to be allergic to antidepressants?, posted by G-man885858 on July 30, 2011, at 23:58:57

> I'm trying very hard to find an antidepressant that works because I smoke cigarettes, and I really want to quit them. My therapist says that my inability to quit smoking is due to severe major depression. She thinks that if I find a good antidepressant then it will help me quit smoking.

Many people without depression try several times before being able to successfully quit cigarettes. Therefore, what your therapist says makes absolutely not sense whatsoever.

As an FYI, the only drugs approved for smoking cessation programs are Chantix and Wellbutrin XL. And they should only be used in my opinion, when everything else has been tried and the benefits clearly outweigh the risks.

But it sounds like your body doesn't like meds very much and personally, I would take that as an indication to avoid them.

What have you tried so far to quit smoking?





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