i have a brother who was in iraq, now that he is back he has been going to the va fo all his medical treaments. we do have a family history of depression and i know that he does have ptsd but i was wondering if they are just giving him so much medicine that he can\'t deal with reality. he is taking 2mg daily og clonazepam, 4mg daily of citalopram, and 5mg 3x daily of buspirone. does anyone know where i can find out about this medicine or if it is too much!!
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