Antidepressant That Will Not Make You Gain Weight?

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Weight gain is one of the major side effects of many antidepressants. An antidepressant that will not make you gain weight is not necessarily the one that will help with your particular disorder. Antidepressants like Paxil and Prozac do not seem to cause weight gain over short term use. Some antidepressants like Wellbutrin and Zoloft are believed to cause only a small amount of weight gain with long term use.
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