Effexor causes massive jawbone loss in periodontal disease
from Gaia Health
The Journal of Negative Results came into being recently to report on trials that didn't have the intended results. This month, the journal has published a report of a study that demonstrated "intense bone loss" in rats with periodontal disease given venlavaxine, the generic term for Effexor. Periodontal disease was instigated in the study's rats. They were given Effexor shortly before surgical treatment and for 10 days after. The amount of bone loss at the site of periodontal induction averaged 1.61 millimeters without Effexor and 4.47 millimeters with Effexor.
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