Study Finds No 'Best' Depression Drug

Dec 7, 2011 Full story: InteliHealth 9

Newer drugs used to treat depression work about equally well, says a study that analyzed previous research.

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Angelena Mays

Torrance, CA

#1 Dec 9, 2011
Before taking any medication in treating your mood disorder, you should consult your doctor about it first. Know that, a lot of medical reports from Zoloft patients and results of clinical studies show that the drug has the tendency to cause severe side effects. You may refer to http://www.zoloftsertralinebirthdefects.com/s... for a more detailed discussion.
ANDY DUBYA

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Dec 10, 2011
That news is very depressing.
Don Ashlock

Chicago, IL

#5 Jan 13, 2012
Health experts say that depression just like many other illnesses, has no single best approach. Treatment is best given on a case to case basis according to the patient's profile. Current diagnostic procedures may not provide a comprehensive picture of a patient's medical, personal and psychological profile to enable doctors to prescribe the best treatment, treatment options have increased over the years.

Antidepressants are among the most prescribed medicines today as they are generally the first line of treatment for depression. However, these drugs have manifested side effects not previously known, and some of which are classified as severe or potentially lethal. Paxil, for instance, are associated with congenital defects of babies born to women who took the drug during the first trimester of their pregnancy. There are more adverse effects of antidepressants that have surfaced over the years.
http://www.paxilbirthdefectlaw.com/paxil-ssri...
James Howard

Ottawa, Canada

#6 Jan 15, 2012
The truth is , all current antidepressants are one form of placebo or another .And Psychology should be scraped. It's been around for a hundred years and this is what it has to show for itself. Frankly it's horrible what the troika of Big Pharma, corrupt officials, and self-interested practitioners are getting away with . I refuse to have anything to do with any of them, even though I suffer from this. Unfortunately most people aren't aware or don't care enough about this situation to put a stop to it. Where are the cures? Maybe the neurosciences might offer a more robust solution considering there strong ties to the hard sciences. But Big Pharma might still be a problem.

“have seen the years,”

Since: Mar 10

and the slow parade of fears"

#8 Jan 15, 2012
Angelena Mays wrote:
Before taking any medication in treating your mood disorder, you should consult your doctor about it first. Know that, a lot of medical reports from Zoloft patients and results of clinical studies show that the drug has the tendency to cause severe side effects. You may refer to http://www.zoloftsertralinebirthdefects.com/s... for a more detailed discussion.
TROLL ALERT!

“have seen the years,”

Since: Mar 10

and the slow parade of fears"

#9 Jan 15, 2012
Don Ashlock wrote:
Health experts say that depression just like many other illnesses, has no single best approach. Treatment is best given on a case to case basis according to the patient's profile. Current diagnostic procedures may not provide a comprehensive picture of a patient's medical, personal and psychological profile to enable doctors to prescribe the best treatment, treatment options have increased over the years.
Antidepressants are among the most prescribed medicines today as they are generally the first line of treatment for depression. However, these drugs have manifested side effects not previously known, and some of which are classified as severe or potentially lethal. Paxil, for instance, are associated with congenital defects of babies born to women who took the drug during the first trimester of their pregnancy. There are more adverse effects of antidepressants that have surfaced over the years.
http://www.paxilbirthdefectlaw.com/paxil-ssri...
TROLL ALERT!
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Romania

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Jamestown, ND

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