If you have been affected by any of the issues raised by tonight's programme and want to be put in contact with an organisation that can provide information and support, you can call the BBC Action Line.
It is recommended that you do not stop taking any medication before consulting with a doctor.
The Action Line no is: 08000 688 456
The Action Line is open from 7am until midnight everyday. When the Action Line is out of hours, or when all advisors are busy on other calls, callers will be offered details of other relevant organisations.
Seroxat User Group
The Seroxat Users Group was founded in the spring of 2002 by UK patients taking Seroxat to provide support to patients, their friends and families. There are currently over 5,000 members of the Group.
A website focused on the web of organisations at the centre of power in pharmaceutical medicine.
Prozac Surivivors Support Group
The website of the American organisation, Prozac
Seroxat Discussion Group
A group discussing the side effects off Seroxat online
The website of GlaxoSmithKline
An indendent charity pressing for the involvement of patients in decision making.
Health Service Ombudsman
The HSO investigates complaints about the National Health Service. Before asking the Ombudsman to look into your complaint, you must first take it up locally.
Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency
The prime objective of the MHRA is to safeguard public health by ensuring that all medicines in the UK meet safety standards.
A GlaxoSmithKline sponsored site which includes self tests for various anxiety disorders
Quit Paxil bulletin board
Forum for the discussion of problems with Paxil/Seroxat
Run by sufferers themselves, this website contains information about the symptoms of depression and treatments for depression
Reviews of SSRIs
An in-depth and comprehensive selection of medical papers on SSRIs
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