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Re: Lou's request-ahbpsolu Willful

Posted by zazenducke on April 26, 2012, at 7:04:45

In reply to Re: Lou's request-ahbpsolu, posted by Willful on April 21, 2012, at 16:38:59

In general, neuronal dematuration and damage are likely to interfere with proper brain functioning (Jackson, 2008, 2009). The Parkinsonian-like morphological characteristics caused by antidepressants could explain why antidepressants can induce tardive dyskinesia (involuntary, repetitive body movements; El-Mallakh et al., 2011).

Even if only a few people developed TD, the brain damage which eventually causes the TD is taking place in anyone that takes the drug. It's the end result of a process and the process itself is damaging long before it manifests itself in TD.

> Anti-depressants don't cause tardive dyskinesia.
> I also don't think that generally anti-psychotic drugs when given in very small doses as adjuncts to anti-depressants therapy cause tardive dyskinesia. If and when it is shown that they do in any appreciable numbers, then that will be a matter of concern.
> Willful




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