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A large number of drugs, both prescription drugs and illegal drugs have side effects of depression.For many the effects may be mild and subclinical but for others the impact can be severe and in some cases lead to suicide.

Some of the drugs may not cause depression until they are withdrawn

For therapists assessing depression it is important to take such effects into account, as the cause of the condition may be more physical than psychological.

If you are prone to depression and are prescribed preparations with these drugs discuss the implications with your medical advisor. Similarly if you are taking any of these drugs and are feeling clinically depressed consult your doctor.

These drugs include:

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