posted on Aug, 1 2013 @ 02:50 AM
If you can survive without ssri's, don't take one. Working in management I have watched numerous employees deteriorate rapidly after being
prescribed an ssri, they nearly always ended up on additional medication to treat psychotic symptoms and they were all told that this is becuase the
ssri alleviated their depression exposing a larger underlying psychotic illness, and I believed that until I got talked into taking an ssri myself.
Now I have what are permanent schizophrenic like symptoms with wonderful random hallucinations daily and delusions that make it impossible for me to
work, and a criminal history that began shortly after beginning an ssri caused by ssri induced psychosis. It doesn't go away if you stop taking it,
and considering how easy it is to replicate psychotic symptoms in laboratory animals taking minute amounts of ssri's, I've stopped listening to
Dr.'s advice in regard to them. Really wish I had listened to the horror stories online about this line of medication becuase they are all true, and
can not be exaggerated. When you develop a major psychological problem while taking an ssri Dr.'s will automatically tell you that it is a
preexisting condition and in no way related to the ssri, and they believe that but a 400% increase in newly diagnosed psychotic illness in the
population of ssri users tells a very different story. They are extremely addictive, toxic, and undoubtedly responsible for turning many otherwise law
abiding citizens into mass murdering psychopaths.