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What is the best SSRI for hypochondria?

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There are no SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) that can treat hypochondria. In fact, there are no medications that can treat hypochondria. The treatment of choice for hypochondria is CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), and regular visits to your family physician, so that they can make sure you are healthy. Please visit the rest of AnxietyBoss.com for more help and information on hypochondria.
answered Nov 8, 2015 by drcarlo (294,430 points)