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SSRI Side Effects

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are antidepressant medications. However, SSRIs are often prescribed for conditions other than depression, incl...Read more

SSRI Controversy

Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Effexor, and other SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) collectively have been prescribed for decades to help children and ad...Read more

SSRI Children

Major depression is a serious condition that affects 5 percent of adolescents.1 For young people, depression can affect every aspect of their lives: home, comm...Read more


Celexa and Mood Stability

Although Celexa is prescribed for depression, it may not be safe as a treatment for bipolar disorder and related mood disorders. Bipolar disorder symptoms may worsen when you are taking Celexa because the medication can cause manic episodes, hypomanic episodes, and/or mixed states.1 2 Celexa is not the only antidepressant which has these effects. Selective serotonin reuptake inhib... Read More


Complications and Side Effects of Effexor

The antidepressant medication Effexor® is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of anxiety-related disorders and depression.1 Part of a class of drugs called serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs), Effexor contains venlafaxine, which has been linked to serious side effects and complications. Some complications may be life threatening.2... Read More


Birth Defects from Lexapro

When you are pregnant, it is important to consider the health of your unborn child, as well as your personal well-being. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) categorizes drugs1 according to the risks there may be to pregnant women. These categories range from A, where studies have shown no risk to an unborn child, to D, where there is evidence of risk to an unborn child. Accordi... Read More


Luvox and Serotonin Syndrome

Luvox (generic name fluvoxamine1) is an antidepressant medicine. Doctors prescribe Luvox to treat the symptoms of depression. Doctors also prescribe the drug to treat conditions such as obsessive-compulsive disorder and social anxiety disorder. Luvox patients may see a number of relatively mild side effects, which will normally subside within the first few weeks of treatment. There are ... Read More


Birth Defects Caused by Paxil

Doctors prescribe a wide range of different medicines to treat the symptoms of depression. These antidepressants1 change the way in which the brain functions by balancing the production of natural chemicals. Doctors prescribe antidepressants to more than 10 percent of Americans ages 12 and older.2 Doctors commonly prescribe paroxetine (brand name Paxil®, because it can effectively trea... Read More


Prozac and Cancer

Like many other antidepressant drugs on the market, Prozac®is used in the treatment of depression and other mood disorders but sometimes carries serious risks. In 2002, a study published in New Scientist magazine suggested that Prozac, also known as fluoxetine, was shown to promote cancerous cell growth in cancer patients.1 In 2009, Prozac and some other antidepressants were found to ... Read More

Additional SSRI Litigation Topics

Additional SSRI Litigation Topics