Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is a common psychiatric disorder with chronic waxing and waning course for some. Serotonergic medications (SSRIs and SNRIs) are considered first-line treatment for GAD but some patients may not tolerate these medications due to side effects.
Can we consider bupropion for GAD treatment?
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Psychiatry Education Forum Academy has summarize the pharmacological treatment of GAD in the following sections:
- Initial Medication of Choice?
- Medications option for Partial or No Response to first-line treatment?
- How long to continue treatment after achieving remission?
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