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It’s a rare day in general practice when you don’t have to decide on which second generation antidepressant to prescribe, and here is a massive evidence base to help guide your choice: a 37-page analysis of 299 studies, prepared for the American College of Physicians. The result: they all work equally well, as far as anyone can tell. Mirtazapine probably starts working faster than most others: bupropion (which for some reason isn’t licensed for treating depression in the UK) has the fewest sexual side-effects, paroxetine the most. And about the important issue of habituation and withdrawal, we don’t seem to know nearly enough.
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