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Side Effects A-Z: Minimizing Sexual Dysfunction (Anorgasmia) by Dr. Silva Medical Doctor Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 11:38pm 1 Comment The selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs, such as Prozac and Zoloft) are the safest and most widely prescribed antidepressant and anti-anxiety medications available and a real boon to millions of patients worldwide. They are highly effective, non-addictive, and they save lives. Unfortunately, among the most common of side effects indu ... Read on »
Citalopram no good for autism by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 08 Jun 2009 7:00pm An interesting study for me personally as it involves a crazymed I’m familiar with – Citalopram (the generic name) brand name Celexa in the US and Cipramil over here in Blighty. Citalopram is an anti-depressant of the class SSRI which means ‘selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors’. In plain english an SSRI based crazymed stops serotonin being ... Read on »
Another look at the citalopram trial by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 15 Jun 2009 5:08pm A recent study shows that Citalopram doesn’t control repetitive behaviors in people with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The failure of a drug trial usually leads to harsh criticism of the medical establishment from the biomedical community, but I haven’t seen much so far. Instead, Kev has already discussed this and made his opinion crystal clear. ... Read on »
My First Drug: Citalopram (Celexa) by sign543 Posted Thu 05 May 2011 11:46am Well, ladies and gents, I am embarking on my first test of pharmacological aids for stuttering. On my latest visit to my neurologist for my Essential Tremor, I asked her about stuttering medications, specifically Paglacone (she'd never heard of it...still not available, no big surprise). She asked if I was interested in traditional speech t ... Read on »
Prozac : 50% Placebo Effect? by Kent Brooks Facebook Posted Tue 07 Aug 2012 12:00am It goes by names – Fluoxetine, Rapiflux, Sarafem, Selfemra, Oxactin, Ranflutin – but it is best known as Prozac.  Prozac is a Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI).  SSRI’s are a class of drugs intended to block reuptake of serotonin, a mood regulating neurotransmitter, at the synapse.  The inhibition of the reuptake process is b ... Read on »
FDA Drug Safety Communication: Abnormal heart rhythms associated with high doses of Celexa (citalopram hydrobromide) by FDA Posted Thu 25 Aug 2011 3:51pm Additional Information for Patients Additional Information for Healthcare Professionals Data Summary  Safety Announcement [8-24-2011] The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is informing healthcare professionals and patients that the antidepressant Celexa (citalopram hydrobromide; also marketed a ... Read on »
Citalopram And Finasteride by Greenstone: Recall - Possible Mislabeling by FDA Posted Mon 28 Mar 2011 9:15am [Posted 03/28/2011] AUDIENCE: Risk Manager, Pharmacy, Family Practice ISSUE: Greenstone LLC announced a recall of medicines with lot number FI0510058-A on the label. Bottles labeled as Citalopram (used to treat depression) may contain Finasteride (used for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia). Wom ... Read on »
FDA Drug Safety Communication: Revised recommendations for Celexa (citalopram hydrobromide) related to a potential risk of abnor by FDA Posted Fri 30 Mar 2012 2:58pm This update provides additional information related to a previous FDA Drug Safety Communication (posted 8/24/2011) : Abnormal heart rhythms associated with high doses of Celexa (citalopram hydrobromide).   Safety Announcement [3-28-2012] The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is clarifying dosing ... Read on »
Women respond better to popular SSRI antidepressant citalopram by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 16 Sep 2008 7:25am Women are 33 percent more likely than men to experience full remission with citalopram ( Celexa ). - Women with depression may be much more likely than men to get relief from a commonly used, inexpensive SSRI antidepressant medication - citalopram - a new national study finds. But many members of both sexes may find that it helps e ... Read on »
Senior Health - About Anxiety Disorders - 33 Frequently Asked Questions And Answers by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Mon 13 Dec 2010 2:19pm NIH Senior Health 1. How is an anxiety disorder different from just feeling anxious or worried? If you have an anxiety disorder, worry or fear becomes long-term and may get worse instead of better as time goes on. Doctors and older adults tend to view anxiety and fear as normal given the circumstances of aging. But ... Read on »