Sarafem

What is Sarafem?

Sarafem is a fluoxetine compound, is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor for oral administration. It is an antidepressant.

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I started recently having 140/78 blood pressure reading.... I have always had low blood pressure .
so I started 2 months ago or 3 months ago taking...

doctor1 MD

Hello
welcome here.
If sarafem is helping you in your symptoms, it is better to continue with it.
Migraine can be precipitated by hormonal...

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I am 73, from being an infant I have suffered from OCD, didn't find out until I was 63. I have intrusive thoughts. At 63 I started taking...

doctor1 MD

Hi there,

Thanks for writing in.
I am a medical specialist with an additional degree in cardiology.
Fluxetine is a prescription drug and your...

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i have pmdd the doctor put me on cerazette , things have not improved , but she did say i could double the dosage , its it safe...

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Hi there,
Thanks for writing in.
I am a medical specialist with an additional degree in cardiology, that is why my interest in side effects of drug...

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I started recently having 140/78 blood pressure reading.... I have always had low blood pressure .
so I started 2 months ago or 3 months ago taking...

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i have pmdd the doctor put me on cerazette , things have not improved , but she did say i could double the dosage , its it safe

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Hi I am 73, from being an infant I have suffered from OCD , didn't find out until I was 63. I have intrusive thoughts . At 63 I started taking...

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