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comment Why do antidepressants have a delayed onset of action?
All regulatory administration (any reg. admin, FDA, TGA, EMA, MHRA, etc.)-approved antidepressants have a delayed onset of action, although mirtazapine may act slightly faster. So it isn't just the SSRIs. Even antidepressants with no appreciable serotonergic effects (e.g., bupropion) have a delayed onset of action.
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