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Sertraline is an SSRI. It has the highest potential to cause diarrhea of any SSRI.
Sertraline is often called “Squirtraline” because of its potential to cause diarrhea.
Sertraline has a much shorter half-life than fluoxetine. I discuss why that may be important in this podcast episode.
I discuss the role of serotonin in platelet aggregation and how sertraline may affect this.
I discuss important drug interactions on the podcast, be sure to check out my latest project which is a 200+ page book on managing drug interactions in primary care.
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