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Which anitdepressants have caused acne/oiliness


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Old 10-22-2005, 09:02 AM   #1
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Which anitdepressants have caused acne/oiliness

I have acne and I take Birth control pill to try and regulate it and usually it does a good job. Last spring due to increased stress, anxiey and depression I started on zoloft, after 5 days of it I noticed my face became super greasy and I got really jittery and had a tremor. I stopped the medication but since then I have continue to have a really oily face (since past 4 months). I want to start a treatment for depression again. Do you all have any suggestions for things that made acne worse, or better or didn't affect it at all? Is this normal to still have a really oil face after being off the zoloft? Please comment . . .

 
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Old 10-22-2005, 09:25 AM   #2
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Re: Which anitdepressants have caused acne/oiliness

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I have acne and I take Birth control pill to try and regulate it and usually it does a good job. Last spring due to increased stress, anxiey and depression I started on zoloft, after 5 days of it I noticed my face became super greasy and I got really jittery and had a tremor. I stopped the medication but since then I have continue to have a really oily face (since past 4 months). I want to start a treatment for depression again. Do you all have any suggestions for things that made acne worse, or better or didn't affect it at all? Is this normal to still have a really oil face after being off the zoloft? Please comment . . .

I don't know about Zoloft, but one of the side effects of Effexor for me was Acne.

 
Old 10-22-2005, 11:32 AM   #3
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Re: Which anitdepressants have caused acne/oiliness

I was on Effexor for about 6 months and had no problems with acne. That is the problem and the magic of ADs- they affect everyone differently. Each AD has been blamed for everything from acne to weight gain to tremors on this board; if you're serious about treating your depression and feel you need medication, its just a trial and error you'll have to go through. Good luck

 
Old 10-26-2005, 09:26 AM   #4
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Re: Which anitdepressants have caused acne/oiliness

I realize that everyone reacts idfferntly but I just want to know if anyone has had expeeriences with meds causing or increasing their acne- please let me know- also if you are on a med and it hasn't changed your acne let me know that too, any information if really appreciated

 
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