Antidepressants may guard against Crohn's disease and inflammatory bowel disease as well as help reduce the risk of depression in patients, according to a study published in Gut. Researchers recommended introducing antidepressants to patients with IBD who also exhibit depression and GI symptoms.
Antidepressants could improve IBD management, study says
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