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RP Email Advice Comment: Safety Of Antiserotonin Drugs

Discussion in 'Email Advice' started by OrangeJuiceManiac, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. OrangeJuiceManiac

    OrangeJuiceManiac Member

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    what would make an anti-serotonin drug unsafe? if it is taken for purposes of anxiety or depression, should something else be considered because i am getting the gist that these should be used for only short term use? or am i wrong?
     
  2. Lucy

    Lucy Member

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    Like Peat said, you should try to adjust food/hormones to solve issues, while you can also use antiserotonin drugs like a crutch to help you in the mean time. Some of these drugs can have side effects like lung fibrosis, that's why it's not good to take them for a long time. Cyproheptadine is one of the safer ones.
     
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