Moon face is found among people with Depression, especially for people who are female, 40-49 old, take medication Duloxetine hydrochloride and have Depression. We study 17 people who have Moon face and Depression from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Depression can be treated by Zoloft, Cymbalta, Prozac, Lexapro, Celexa (latest reports from 272,927 Depression patients)
Moon face (a large chin and large forehead) (latest reports from 198 Moon face patients).
On Aug, 21, 2016
17 people who have Depression and Moon Face are studied.
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fired from a job I loved 2 years ago; blackballed from the work community; broke; 46 yo single female; lifelong depression; don't want to go on antidepressants due to weight gain from them; I want out
Hi I have been taking 75mg of phenergan for about 3 months now and I am suffering from very bad negativity and depression. I am very sad and can't stop crying. I was prescribed it for insomnia and anxiety.
Early 60's. Have taken lisinopril for about 7 years, even though my Bp is generally low: 118/60. Noticed the change about that time but didn't relate it to medication and never mentioned to doctor. One side of my face is slightly larger. If the lisinopril is eliminated, will the puffiness go ...
My sister age 74 years is having MET with primary breast cancer which is spread in bones too. She is on Faslodex 500 mg and Zoldria 4 mg for last over 6 months. Although there is lots of improvement in CA 15.3 ( from 98.3 to 48.7) and the latest PET Scan showing spectacular improvement. But ...
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