Antidepressants That May Cause Weight Loss

Antidepressants That May Cause Weight Loss

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Many antidepressants cause weight gain.

Citalopram hydrobromide (Celexa), an antidepressant, can help people ** Weight gain, a known side-effect of antidpressants, may be ** in citalopram, according to ___

what it's for, how it works early vs long-term patients at risk

may be prescribed for people who have gained weight on other meds

also need exercise and diet to lose weight

Key Concepts

SSRI-related weight loss
antidepressant weight loss


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Marcy Brinkley's articles about health care and legal issues have appeared in "Texas Health Law Reporter" and the "State Bar of Texas Health Law Section Report." She holds a bachelor's degree in nursing, a master's degree in business administration and a Doctor of Jurisprudence. Comments to the Reviewer Edit Draft Submit for Review

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