Our expert says:
Unfortunately yes, it can do. It is important to weigh up the benefits of her being on an antidepressant (e.g. feeling better, more active and better able to live day-to-day life) against the costs (e.g. unwanted side effects). If you do experience problems due to this, or any medication for that matter, rather discuss this with the prescribing doctor before making any changes yourself; it could be that the dose could be adjusted, or another medication prescribed... Anti-depressants may be very important to ensure a person's ability to function or live their life day-to-day so don't stop it without checking this out first.
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