Antidepressants could lead men to suffer drug injuries
April 14, 2011
More people seek help for mental health issues now than ever before. Treatment for issues such as depression can include therapy and medication, but what if that treatment came with problems of its own?
According to Reuters, that may be the case for men who take antidepressants. According to twin studies, men taking antidepressants could be at risk for drug injuries such as heart disease due to a narrowing of blood vessels.
One cardiologist said of the study that it warns patients and physicians that medications often present side effects that we cannot feel.