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My doc has given me 3 SSRIs till now. I didn't have any side effect from anyone even then he changed them. Is it possible that one ssri will work and another ssri doesn't. If yes, "why does that happen"???
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SSRI works the same way. We choose SSRI on basis of sideeffect profile or your response to given ssri
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try on venlafaxine .an snri.if no response from SSRI is seen
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start with smaller dosage
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