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Hmmm... Seroxat is another name for the American "Paxil," which is pretty much a straight-forward SSRI. And while it should have worked well to clear up your OCD (I'm glad it did, BTW), it should not have had anything to do with leading you into doing something you would not ordinarily do (sorry!). Now on the other hand, there have been studies that Paroxetine (the generic of Seroxat) has led people toward suicidal thoughts, so it can alter the cognitive process somewhat... but only if the ideation already existed and was lurking in the background. Listen, I've got to be honest, in my experience I have never heard of an SSRI pushing a person to do something which they absolutely would not have done otherwise.
If there were other drugs or alcohol involved in the call to the chat line, then they would have had a FAR more likely chance of lowering your inhibitions or lead you down an unlikely path. If you are satisfied with the response, please hit "Accept." That is the only way I can receive credit for my answer. Thanks-