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antidepressants give you a stroke, I'm pretty sure of that. I've known enough cases of anti depressants being prescribed shortly before the person had a stroke to make this suggestion. Please, consider my suggestion, and don't prescribe them. If they do block the reuptake of chemicals, then they cause a blockage. Well, if you have common sense, then you'll know that if a pipe is clogged, water won't travel through it. Well, if there is enough pressure on the pipe (because of this blockage), then the pipe will rupture.

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antidepressants give you a stroke, I'm pretty sure of that. I've known enough cases of anti depressants being prescribed shortly before the person had a stroke to make this suggestion. Please, consider my suggestion, and don't prescribe them. If they do block the reuptake of chemicals, then they cause a blockage. Well, if you have common sense, then you'll know that if a pipe is clogged, water won't travel through it. Well, if there is enough pressure on the pipe (because of this blockage), then the pipe will rupture.

This "antidepressants give you a stroke" is plainly false. Many people take antidepressants and don't have strokes. Some people have strokes but never took antidepressants.

 

And this "If they do block the reuptake of chemicals, then they cause a blockage. Well, if you have common sense, then you'll know that if a pipe is clogged, water won't travel through it."

is a ridiculous misinterpretation of what reuptake inhibitors do.

 

So this "Well, if there is enough pressure on the pipe (because of this blockage), then the pipe will rupture." is of no relevance whatsoever.

 

And yet, on the basis of a complete lack of understanding, Popcorn thinks he is in a position to offer medical advice.

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