Case Report On Depression In Unmarried Young Adult Male


  • Ms. Rutuja Vasantrao Nasare, Miss. Mayuri Yelekar, Shital Telrandhe


Depression is a type of mental disorder that affects people characterised by Gloomy mood, diminished interests, and negative thoughts and behaviours. It can also be accompanied by a number of physical symptoms, as well as negative thoughts and feelings.behaviours. Antidepressants, on the other hand, have a current efficacy rate of 60 to 80 percent, and it takes around two weeks for them to work; also, symptom leftovers are typical following therapy.As a result, the current study field is increasingly focused on providing rapid treatment of . In a short period of time, you can get rid of depressive symptoms. Ketamine, an antagonist of the N-methyl-D-aspartic acid receptor, has previously been found to effectively treat depression symptoms in patients, but only with a single low-dose intravenous injection. With repeated intravenous injections of low-dose ketamine, we successfully cured one case of treatment-resistant depression in our is now being reported as follows.

Present complaints and investigation: 27-year-old single unmarried male with a high school diploma reported with chief complaint of depressed mood, sadness. investigation is based on a thorough clinical interview and mental state examination., radiologic and laboratory tests.

The main diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and outcomes: After physical examination and investigation doctor diagnose a case of depression. The patient was given fluoxetine and was required to attend group therapy sessions during her stay. During the course of her six-day stay, the patient steadily improved her depression symptoms.

Conclusion: Treatment would be impossible without a thorough examination of her unconscious mind to determine the stimulus and references for her fear instinct.



How to Cite

Ms. Rutuja Vasantrao Nasare, Miss. Mayuri Yelekar, Shital Telrandhe. (2021). Case Report On Depression In Unmarried Young Adult Male. Drugs and Cell Therapies in Hematology, 10(1), 316–321. Retrieved from