Our expert says:
There's no "best}| antidepressant as we vary quite widely in how we respond to them ( especially as regards side-effects ) due to our personal chemical uniqueness. The side-effects you describe are quite common, but uisually not intolerable, and you may find little or none of them on one or other AD. Have you discussed this with your own psychiatrist ? If you've been treated only by a GP, seeing a psychiatrist for a full assessment and second opinion would be very worthwhile. With recurrent episodes of Depression, its usually advised to remain on a suitable AD long-term. You may also find it valuable to seek out a local shrink providing CBT ( Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy ) as research has shown it to be as effective in treating Depression as are antidepressants, and of course without side-effects, and with lasting benefits
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