I have been using depression meds containing Citalopram for year and my weight has just gond up and up. Diets are very hard to follow as trying to lose any weight is slow and demotivating.
I have heard that meds containing Citalopram can make it very difficult to loose weight, is this true?
This has been my experience. I have read complaints of many people who gained significant weight on Citalopram. There are always exceptions, of course. I have cravings for carbs and sweets.
I'm bipolar and have depression issues. I seem to bounce back and forth frequently. I have times my sex drive is so high, that's all I want to do. I do self medicate with marijuana which increases my sexual desires but it's even high without it. Not just regular sex either, risky sex with pretty much strangers. Is this just me or my condition?
Yes I was manic during meeting last two boyfriends. I made magic
Does it effect ur sex drive cause I have no sex drive
Thanks for taking the time to read my message, I am at a point of being desperate and don’t know what the solution is.
I have suffered with depression all my adult life (I am 31) and have had periods where I have been perfectly in control with medication.
However when I am not in control my sex drive is dangerously high. I have been in a (generally) happy relationship for 13 years but in the past 18 months since turning 30 I have been uncontrollable. I still love my boyfriend very… read more
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For those of you who were initially diagnosed with "unipolar" or just Major depressive disorder and were later diagnosed with bipolar disorder, what were some of the main signs that you noticed that indicated you might have manic symptoms as well?
Or what made you/others realize that your "normal" state was actually a manic state?
I used to talk a mile a minute and I’d have severe mood swings; since I’m medicated I don’t have any manic episodes