reading these is like reading a review of a size medium shirt: "too small! not recommended!" "i'm swimming in it. how can anyone like this?" "just right." anecdotes about individual responses are worthless. the plural of anecdote is NOT data.
jk; your right and they do work different for all of us. It just gives you an idea of what could happen and most people should not even read them unless they think they are having a side effect. The best is trust your doctor. AND pharmacist. Best is to start the medication and if any problems call your doctor but these crazy papers we get with every medication is the good old law now to give all of this to the patient and it is really a disservice to the patient because most people if they read everything on them would not take there prescription even if it could make all the difference in there life. way too much information. Good luck Chuck1957
Hi jk! I agree with Chuck that these *reviews* are confusing, disorienting, even frightening and contain little or no scientific information that we need.
For the most part they just fill our crazy heads with more craziness, but by law we are required to have access to all information.
- Vortioxetine Information for Consumers
- Vortioxetine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Vortioxetine (detailed)
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