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Who should take citalopram?

Citalopram is a prescription antidepressant and should only be taken by  prescription of a physician, and only by people who have been clinically diagnosed with depression. Physically healthy people suffering from depression who have no allergies to citalopram typically find their depression symptoms to lessen after taking the medication.

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