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European Medicines Agency Acknowledges Persistent Sexual Dysfunction After SSRIs & SNRIs!

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Altostrata

What was interesting to you about these article? Posting a bit about the content or some selections from the articles can get discussion going.

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10 hours ago, Altostrata said:

What was interesting to you about these article? Posting a bit about the content or some selections from the articles can get discussion going.

Why is it that the people who comment on the rxisk site are adamant that the damage done by SSRI's is permenant, yet on this site there is much hope (and evidence for it)?  Whenever I read articles and discussion on the rxisk site, I come away feeling so hopeless and depressed.  It makes me wonder if the people who make these comments have never seen this forum (SA), which is hard to believe, or do they think all the success stories here are made up?  Either way, I am sick of reading it. I need to stop, because other people's negativity is really pulling me down.

 

But it is good news about the EMA.

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Altostrata

We follow people throughout their recoveries, and we see people recover. Rxisk posts are from people in the worst part of the cycle.

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anacleta

Thanks to the Rxisk Team, all signatories on the petition and all of us that we are committed as possible. This step was essential.
It is a demonstration that by making one’s voice heard, persevering and joining forces, things can move.
So now we have to do it more than before, because  “Forewarned is forearmed”, but we will not heal with an extra wording on a piece of paper, we must find researchers who commit themselves to understand the syndrome and to seek a valid cure. 

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anacleta

 

A response to the EMA ruling is also expected from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which was petitioned at the same time using the same data that encouraged the European-wide decision. The federal agency indicated thus far that “no decision had yet been made” and that its review was “still ongoing.”

Given the depth, range, and statistical power of the research, it would be remarkable if the agency reached a conclusion different from its European counterpart.

 

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/side-effects/201906/post-ssri-sexual-dysfunction-recognized-medical-condition

 

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