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I would like to know the answer to the question I have been asking many and have been receiving contradictory replies:
"Is Gender Identity Disorder treatable?"
After taking enough treatment, will a person who suffers from this disorder ...
Is gender identity disorder treatable? After treatment, will a person who suffers from this disorder ever be able to live a normal life, like someone else who doesn't have this disorder? I have gone through the APA website, and it clearly states ...
What are the most common sexual side effects of antidepressant (SSRI) medications?
How often do sexual side effects of antidepressant treatment occur?
When in antidepressant treatment do sexual side effects occur?
Why do SSRI antidepressants cause sexual side effects?
How can you tell if it is the antidepressant medicine causing sexual side effects? Or whether it is the depression?
Are the sexual side effects of antidepressant medications reversible?
Are any antidepressants more (or less) likely to cause sexual side effects?
Are some people at higher risk of getting sexual side effects from antidepressant treatment?
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