Psychiatric Drug Database

[youtube width=”290″ height=”208″]http://youtu.be/tlR4pntJboI[/youtube]The U.S. FDA has a reporting system for adverse events (side effects) for prescription drugs which is called MedWatch.  You can report side effects to any prescription drug to this website, however, you cannot see what others have reported as all the information (though available) would be difficult for a computer programmer to figure out, let alone the average consumer. Each reporting year is divided into quarters totaling over 94,000 pages of text files- codes-that are fairly useless in their raw form.

These reports have been decrypted and made into simple searchable tables for your use.  They are the side effects to psychiatric drugs (Antidepressants, Antipsychotics, Stimulants, etc) that have been reported to the FDA by doctors, pharmacists, other health care providers, consumers and others.

CCHR has provided you with this one-of-a-kind Psychiatric Drug Side Effects Search Engine, using reports taken directly from the FDA’s MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting System as well as a summary of international drug regulatory warnings and studies. You can search the side effects of psychiatric drugs for yourself, including searches by brand name of the drug, by the age range of patients taking the drug or the combined summary of all side effects reported for that particular psychiatric drug.  This information is only available at CCHR’s website:

http://www.cchrint.org/psychdrugdangers

Watch this short video about the documented side effects of common psychiatric drugs or visit our Psych Drug Dangers Database.