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A month ago i woke up with derealization what is the best way to treat this? Currently taking clonazepam and celexa (citalopram). When will i "wake up"? HELP!!
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If a neurologist has diagnosed someone with pseudo dementia and he is being treated with celexa, (citalopram) when should symptoms go away?
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They may not.: Celexa (citalopram) is an anti-depressant, and it may help if the patient has a depression which is masquerading as a dementia, which happens occasion ... Read More
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Are recurring health thoughts hyphochondria or ocd? Have to tell myself every 2 seconds that i'm ok, and don't have cancer. Which is better to treat? Amitriptyline or celexa (citalopram)?
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How do ssris treat neurocardiogenic syncope? I am not depressed/anxious but my cardiologist recently started me on celexa (citalopram) after failing tilt table.
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Can someone tell me between zoloft, (sertraline) Prozac and celexa which one treats depression and OCD better? And which one will not cause weight gain the best.
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