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    life_4_fit posted:
    hay guys i was suffering from 5-6 time excessive nocturnal emission a month. then someone told me to use fluoxetine along with multivitamins. now nocturnal emission is finish since last 40 days.
    my question is wether it is harmful to use fluoxetine long term
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    Patricia Farrell, PhD responded:
    This is a question that you need to ask of whoever was prescribing the medication for you. Usually, this medication is used for anxiety and depression but there are probably a number of off-label uses too.
     
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    life_4_fit replied to Patricia Farrell, PhD's response:
    the person who prescribe this medication for me was one of my friends. he is not a doctor.so plz guide me what are the side effects of long term use
     
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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to life_4_fit's response:
    You should never be using a medication which is not specifically prescribed to you by a doctor. Your doctor knows your medical history and can help guide you to any necessary treatment.

    Please discuss all of this with your own medical provider.


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