antidepressant for a person who cannot swallow pills. IV, transdermal, injectable, suppository?
- 5 Aug 2009 by paulas330
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trying to find an antidepressant for a person who cannot swallow pills. Are there any IV, transdermal, injectable or suppository antidepressants?
5 Aug 2009
There is a transdermal product called Emsam which is used to treat depression.
You say the person cannot swallow pills. What about liquids? Many antidepressants come in liquid form.
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