Our expert says:
Actually, there is no convincing scientific evidence that antidepressants or tranquillizers are really of any help in grief. Time is the main therapeutic agent, and counselling if needed. As you found, trying to suppress grief is not a ood idea. And apparently the grief counselling was indeed more useful for you.
Wise to come off Roaccutane when trying for pregnancy, the risk to a child conceived while on that drug is to great to accept.
The fact that you were able to use Roaccutane previously without a depression, is re-assuring, and so long as you let your doc know and you both watch out for such a complication, you may well be fine this time round, too.
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