Wednesday, March 5

Wikipedia deleted article on Post-SSRI sexual dysfunction PSSD: hypocrisy and inconsistency






You know, I know, everybody knows that Wikipedia is biased and echoes all official visions even those who leads to genocides and crimes against humanity.

Post-SSRI sexual dysfunction - PSSD - has been reported by many people that  after quitting an antidepressant SSRI don't recover their sexuality. This is a devastating condition that has been discussed since 2005 at the Yahoo group SSRI-sex group. I wrote about them here. and copied a testimony here.

I have already met people that took an antidepressant SSRI while they were teenager and they never experienced sex and will never will.

Wikipedia had an article about it but it is gone now as some bloggers, patients, physicians and those who are aware of the condition have reported.

I will write about PSSD in another post for it is another of many crimes against humanity that these drugs are promoting.
I just want to show the inconsistency of the encyclopedia of the people:

at the article about Citalopram:

Sexual dysfunction is often a side effect with SSRIs. Specifically, common side effects include difficulty becoming aroused, lack of interest in sex, and anorgasmia (trouble achieving orgasm). Genital anesthesia,[36][37] loss of or decreased response to sexual stimuli, and ejaculatory anhedonia are also possible. Although usually reversible, in some people these sexual side effects become permanent after the drug has been completely withdrawn.[38] This is known as post-SSRI sexual dysfunction. One study showed however that when remission of major depressive disorder is achieved, quality of life is reported to be higher in spite of sexual side effects.[39] (emphasys  mine)

36.^ Bolton JM, Sareen J, Reiss JP (2006). "Genital anaesthesia persisting six years after sertraline discontinuation". J Sex Marital Ther 32 (4): 327–30 doi:10.1080/00926230600666410PMID 16709553..
37. ^ "Numb Genitals, Anyone?". Retrieved 9 November 2012.
38. ^ Csoka AB, Csoka A, Bahrick A, Mehtonen OP (January 2008). "Persistent sexual dysfunction after discontinuation of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors". J Sex Med 5 (1): 227–33 doi:10.1111/j.1743-6109.2007.00630.x.PMID 18173768..
39. ^ Ishak WW, Christensen S, Sayer G, Ha K, Li N, Miller J, Nguyen JM, Cohen RM. Sexual satisfaction and quality of life in major depressive disorder before and after treatment with citalopram in the STAR*D study" J Clin Psychiatry 2013 Mar;74(3) 256-61. doi:10.4088/JCP.12m07933 doi:10.4088/JCP.12m07933.

So, it is very clear at this excerpt from Citalopram that PSSD is a condition that exists:
" in some people these sexual side effects become permanent after the drug has been completely withdrawn"
this is known as PSSD - Post-SSRI sexual dysfunction. The condition is just not named as everybody knows.

At the post I wrote on June, 12, 2009 the article was at Wikipedia and I left the link:

"PSSD has an article at Wikipedia and is reported to physicians. However it seems to be something out of the planet to some doctors."

Now without the article the link goes to Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor with the paragraph I copied above.

If you have ever tried the to talk to Wikipedia task force you know how arrogant and abusive they are.
They use ad hominem and all kind of strategies that are used by those who are defending the official version.
I tried this Talk page and was hypocritically treated.

It is written "The Free Encyclopedia that anyone can edit." This is simply absurd.

I really didn't expect anything from them but just wanted to add another comment among those who have manifested.
Wikipedia is another tool used to manipulate opinion.

Update:
The article on PSSD in Polish is still at Wikipedia. Let's see how much time will it last.
It's here.



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