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a selective-serotonin reuptake inhibitor commonly prescribed as an antidepressant (trade name Zoloft)

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But SSRIs, including Zoloft, are prescribed for a variety of disorders besides depression, including bulimia, hot flashes, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, stroke recovery and sexual dysfunction, and there are no studies of the effects of these drugs on brain volumes in individuals not diagnosed with depression.
The lawsuit charges that Pfizer negligently marketed Zoloft to treat depression in pregnant women, even though it knew or should have known as early as 1991 that it was "unreasonably dangerous to pregnant users and their unborn children.
In your daughter-in-law's case, it may also be worthwhile to investigate homeopathic antidotes to Zoloft that can be made by most compounding pharmacies.
She was also found in possession of a prescription drug, which the New York Daily News reported was anti-depressant Zoloft, without a valid prescription.
Most major antidepressants currently in use are of the SSRI type including Paxil, Zoloft, Prozac, and Celexa and account for millions of prescriptions.
TYSON could suffer the shakes and become very agitated when he comes off the drug Zoloft, a leading doctor warned last night.
A September 1999 study by the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee staff found that Americans pay 81 percent more than do Canadians on the top ten drugs--including Zocor, Prilosec, Procardia, Zoloft, and Norvasc--most widely used by seniors.
Physicians prescribed Prozac, Paxil, and Zoloft to more than half a million youths last year.
NYSE: PFE), maker of the antidepressant drug Zoloft, that was originally filed in St.
Excluding one-time items, the maker of Lipitor for high cholesterol and Zoloft for depression earned 61 cents a share, beating the 53 cents a share prediction of analysts surveyed by Thomson Financial.
Contributing Editor Cathy Young calls out conservative Justice Antonin Scalia as a judicial activist (page 22), and former heroin addict Maia Szalavitz contributes a stirring "defense of happy pills" such as Prozac and Zoloft (page 48).
The Citizens Commission on Human Rights objects to the continued use of medication like Wellbutrin and Zoloft, the anti-depressants Mitchell, 51, was taking.
Blood tests can determine this deficiency, and antidepressants such as Prozac or Zoloft, both effective for anxiety disorders, may treat it.
Preferred antidepressants in this class are (in daily doses) Celexa, 20 to 40 mg; Zoloft, 25 to 100 mg given in the morning only; Paxil, 10 to 40 mg; and Serzone, 50 to 150 mg, which can be administered at bedtime.
1) That's the same success rate as prescription anti-depressants like Prozac, Zoloft, Elavil, and Tofranil.