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Ask a Psychiatrist: Treat depression before it worsens

12:13 AM, Jul. 2, 2013
Dr. Geralyn Carducci
Dr. Geralyn Carducci
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Q: I have been depressed for many years. My doctor put me on Paxil. I felt a bit better for the first several months, but I still feel down, tired and have to push myself to do things. It is hard for me to get out of bed in the morning. I never want to see my friends or call them back. What should I do? I am tired of not feeling well.

A: If you have been correctly diagnosed with a major depression you likely had five of the following symptoms for at least two weeks and experienced a marked impairment in function and/or distress from your symptoms:

? Sad, depressed mood most days; ...

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