He said " Ask your doc if you can lower your med on friday or saturday a little as this may lower the sexual side effects enough on the weekend to DO IT but only minimally risk any drug withdrawal or depression relapse. Again only do this with permission...View Thread
all my moms brothers and sister are all depressed (family of 7 kids), pretty sure my grandpa was before he died of cancer... I think I get the depressed stuff from my maternal grandpa. My mom is in big denial over it, I wish she would get help. My dad on the other hand was taking wellbutrin to quit smoking, and he is a happy guy, not one bit depressed, and the wellbutrin made him depressed, so he quit taking it. I dont think its very smart to put completely happy people on an antidepressant just to cease smoking.... if anything some one should shove antidepressants down my mothers throat and leave my old daddy alone. I think if my mom started smoking it would chill her out a little bit. shoot dang.View Thread
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