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... anyway does anyone know if this goes away since it is a bit frustrating, but then again hubby doesnt mind me asking him the same thing all day since celexa has increased my sex drive...which normally doesnt happen to me on depression meds, so of course he is a happy camper. ... (2 replies)
... then I am definately going to get my wife on celexa :) (2 replies)
... the memory loss and absent mindedness are common early side effects from all antidepresant meds, should go away when the med starts working, until then it helps to write a note of things to do the increased sex thing is unusual but Ive heard of it before, one woman describing herself as a tigress in bed (2 replies)

... From my experience stay away from long term benzodiazepine usage. This includes klonopin, xanax, vallium, ativan. There are tons of benzodiazepines out there but the main ones prescribed are those. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your quick response! That makes me feel much better about trying the Effexor. If that doesn't work, because of any side effects, I may try Celexa as well. ... (2 replies)
... ecause of inablility to concentrate and finish tasks, obsessive eating and "the fog" and forgetfullness. I am now reading that Topamax causes some of these same short term memory problems that I am trying to fight. Interesting. Also, I am hearing of dramatic weight loss. ... (14 replies)
... I felt HORRIBLE the next day. Even at that small dose it packs a wallop! I've been on Klonopin for 15 years...don't have any short term memory left.. ... (31 replies)

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