This brief post links to a development since the last – Everything you Want to Know about Sex – post. Twitter like Woody Allen seems to believe you shouldn’t be allowed to ask certain questions.
A few weeks ago I did a podcast with Liz Tucker on her What Your GP Doesn’t Tell You podcast series – which has a lot of stellar interviews. It took a while to edit, finally appearing on Thursday. Liz is keen to back every claim up.
Twitter, however, refused to promote a tweet Liz sent out on Saturday saying:
In my latest podcast, psychiatrist @DrDavidHealy discusses how some people on SSRI drugs may suffer from sexual dysfunction side effects & others even when they stop the drugs may continue to suffer from this problem
So I’ve (Liz) complained and said that this point is based on peer reviewed publications.
If anyone interested in these issues could promote the above issue and this second tweet, I’ve put out today, I’d be very grateful. The second tweet is not about sex but might bring people to the podcast, which is about sex:
In the latest episode of my podcast, in this clip @drdavidhealy discusses SSRI drugs and reveals that although every trial has been negative in children, surprisingly, every published result has been positive. So how does that happen? 1/2