A woman in Florida says she’s been on an anti-depressant medication that can cause severe side effects including seizures, heart palpitations and nausea.
She told ABC News that she went to the doctor twice last year to get the medication, which is called Ativan.
She’s been taking it for a year, but she says she was never given a prescription.
“I was told it’s only for a few people who are really suffering,” she told ABC affiliate WFLA.
The doctor she went through to get her prescription told her that her symptoms would not go away.
“She didn’t say anything to me,” she said.
“And I don’t think that’s right.
There are a lot of people who can’t take this medication.”
In Florida, a person can take Ativan for one to six months, but only if they have a severe mental illness or substance abuse problem.
In the case of Ativan, the medication is prescribed by a physician.
She is one of thousands of people taking the drug, which can be prescribed by doctors, doctors assistants and social workers.
It is prescribed as a first-line treatment for depression, anxiety and anxiety disorders.
It works by lowering the amount of serotonin in the brain.
That triggers the release of an enzyme called serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SRI).
SRI is a drug that can help control symptoms of depression.
It also can help relieve symptoms of anxiety.
The medications are not approved for use as a treatment for PTSD, which many people with PTSD face.
It’s a condition that has been linked to the deaths of thousands.
In February, a woman from Florida died from a heart attack caused by the drugs.
Her family said she was taking Ativan as a “last resort” because she could not manage the medication herself.
The woman’s sister said the family is “heartbroken” and that they will “never get over” the death of their sister.
The medication can also affect people with diabetes.
Some experts say the side effects of Ativans medications are too severe to handle.
It can cause seizures, nausea and heart palpations, but it doesn’t seem to cause any deaths, said Dr. David Kavanagh, a psychiatry professor at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
But Kavanag said the side effect of the drug is “unusually severe” and could be life-threatening.
Ativan can be given to people for anxiety, depression or other conditions.
The side effects include: Nausea and vomiting.