Practitioner 2009;253(1715):11-12

Antidepressants effective for fibromyalgia

29 Mar 2009Pais-up subscribers

If we are to prescribe antidepressants, providing there are no contraindications, low- dose amitriptyline would appear to be the drug of choice. As yet, however, we do not know how effective this is in a primary care setting nor whether benefits are maintained long term.

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