Our expert says:
Valdoxan ( Agomelatine ) doesnt usually have the side-effects of nausea or interference with sexual function, and I haven't come across ravenous appetite as a side-effect, either. It works differently to the SSRI and similar drugs, in working on a different chemical in the brain, melatonin.
I hope you are consulting a specialist Psychiatrist ( who should always be used when such complications arise ) rather than solely a GP.
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