Debbie Rigby outlines the latest research news and developments Antidepressants in adolescence In adolescence, antidepressants are second-line treatment options after psychological therapy for anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder. A concern is the small potential for antidepressants to trigger suicide-related behaviours in some adolescent patients. If effective and well tolerated, the antidepressant drug should be continued
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