Our expert says:
ts sounds very unwise for any GP to prescribe ANY drug without knowing and understanding the side-effects and precautions. Its best to see a psychiatrist for such a consultation, to get properly expert assessment, diagnosis and treatment advice. And wouldn't it be wise to get a new GP, who knows better the drugs he prescribes ?
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