Fluoxetine improves emotional incontinence

  • Seliger G
  • Hornstein A
  • Flax J
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Emotional incontinence is a behavioural syndrome characterized by involuntary weeping, grimacing, and/or laughter. We investigated the efficacy of fluoxetine in 13 patients with emotional incontinence. All 13 patients demonstrated dramatic improvement in emotional lability within 3 to 14 days.

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  • Glenn M. Seliger

  • Andrew Hornstein

  • James Flax

  • Joseph Herbert

  • Karl Schroeder

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