Poll: Do You Prescribe Antidepressants for Patients?

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antidepressants have become the third most commonly prescribed medications in the United States. Research suggests that much of this increase has come from non-psychiatrist providers and in cases where there is no associated psychiatric diagnosis.

In the last 20 years, antidepressants have become the third most commonly prescribed medications in the United States. Research suggests that much of this increase has come from non-psychiatrist providers and in cases where there is no associated psychiatric diagnosis.

As many women use their ob/gyn as their primary provider of healthcare, ob/gyns are often faced with requests for antidepressants and/or patients who present with mental health symptoms.
 

 

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