My blood pressure has also come down and I also write too Cheers"Big fulla March 14, 2015"I was prescribed with sertraline a few years ago for MDD and bipolar disorder.
It's been reported that antidepressants like Zoloft
can make symptoms of Bipolar disorder worse.
Even tough it took some time to produce positive effects, sertraline was, indeed effective (especially when combined with bupropion and escitalopram).
Posted: 23 May 2011 by gaugur69 Topics: Celexa
, depression Details: I've been taking it for a week now.
SpecialI hope this helps you with your question...
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I went to the my primary doctor because of all of this and they put me on Effexor it really worked.
Within one month I was feeling so much better and I haven't missed a dose since.
I continued to take Effexor XR
in my second pregnancy and I had a great pregnancy, birth, and continue in 2010 to take it everyday.
Been depressed in past but felt fine after birth to first baby and the following three years.
Developed depression, anxiety, mania after second baby, almost immediately.
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