Archive for Bone density loss

Antidepressants Linked to Bone Fractures in Menopausal Women – Shorter treatment duration may lower risk, investigators found — (Medpage Today)
SSRI Ed note: Study in the journal "Injury Prevention" shows women who take SSRIs to treat menopausal symptoms 76% more likely to suffer a bone fracture/break.
Antidepressants – Risks. With 20 reasons to be concerned — (MythsandRisksInfo.com)
Antidepressants: Preschoolers Remain a Fast Growing Market — (Liberty Voice)
Increased risk of hip fracture among older people using antidepressant drugs — (Age Ageing)
Antidepressant Risk for Seniors Varies by Class — (MedPage)
Fractures, Hyponatremia Linked [to SSRI use] in the Elderly — (Renal and Urology News)
SSRI Ed note: Lenox Hill Hospital research team finds that elderly patients taking SSRIs more likely to suffer from hyponatremia, associated with numerous health problems.
The dark side of antidepressants — (Let’s take back your health)
SSRI Ed note: In 2008, there were already articles pointing to lack of efficacy of SSRIs, and their considerable harms.
Sick in the bones or sick in the head? — (The Ubyssey)
SSRI Ed note: Research links SSRI use to a more than doubled risk of bone fractures in people over 50.
Fluoride – Damning New Evidence — (Health Net)
SSRI Ed note: Fluoxetine causes: kidney damage, behaviour problems, cancer, nausea, pain, collagen fibre and bone tissue deterioration, enzymes and DNA repair mechanisms.
Suzanne Johnson — (1991 FDA Hearings)
SSRI Ed note: Woman takes Prozac, becomes manic, spends wildly on items she does not need, gets deep into debt, does not notice symptoms of serious bone problem.