An average of about 37.2% of adults in the U.S. may use prescription medications that have depression as a possible side effect. There are more than 200 medications that list depression or suicidal symptoms as potential adverse effects. The most commonly used medications that cite depression as a potential adverse effect are anti-hypertensives, proton pump inhibitors, analgesics, and hormonal contraceptives. Antidepressants also cite depression and suicidal symptoms as a potential adverse effect, but these drugs have a black-box warning that alerts consumers to the risk of suicidal symptoms. Some medications with a potential risk of depression . . .