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I've been on Mirtazapine 30mg since Feb his year but I've had alot of problems with. Ear infections, burning mouth syndrome etc. so my Psychiatrist ....
In a month I will have come off mirtazapine completely and for some of that time I have been able to work and do my job pretty darn well.
I went on mirtazipine ....
I have been taking Mirtazapine 15mg for 3 months for anxiety and an occasional panic attack. I have spoken to my Doctor about stopping Mirtazapine as I now feel ....
I was recntly sent to see an obisity Doctor, who like me was a little confussed as to why i was sent to him.
YES i am over weight, but i am on a lot of weight ....
I'm new to all this but needed some help. My boyfriend of 20 years suffers from sevre depression he has not had a bout of depression since 2006 and ....
I'm currently on 45 mg of mirtazapine, I've been on mirtazapine for 6 years, I started on 15mg. However I kept increasing the dosage. The majority ....
My Mother, now ninety one and frail, suffered an esophageal hernia a couple of years ago. Since
April this year she has been prescribed Metoclopramide to suppress ....
I had a wisdom tooth out Monday at hospital under general. doctor put me on above named and
said to take double the dose because I cant take penicillin an allergic. ....
(Thought I'd start a new thread on this since some of the other posts are a bit old)
I was on Remeron for about 2.5 months. I helped me sleep for the ....
I have just started taking 15 mg Mirtazapine at bed time (3rd night on it last night) for chronic insomnia that has caused me to be signed off work for 3 weeks. ....
I came of Mirtazapine after 6 months and onto Fluoxetine. This was in August but all the weight I gained has still not started to come off.Does anyone have any experiences?
could anyone help me as i've been proscribed mefenamic acid tablets to take 3 times daily to stop an usually long period ( one month ) . On all these forums i'm ....
So a couple of years ago I was hospitalised due to excruciating pain. The Dr gave me a dose of Tramadol. I had a seizure, they stopped giving it to me - said ....
Hi, I have been on mirtazapine for about 8 years. I was also in seroquel but I stopped them nearly a year ago without too many problems. After coming off seroquel ....
wonder if anyone is able to help, I was on Methotrexate tablets and then put onto the 50mg injections. I stopped taking the drug at the end of September as I ....
I'm on mirt for the 3rd time in roughly the same amount of times. Each time I've been on it I've felt that I have gotten 'better' and have taken myself off of it. ....
I've been taking this medication (400mg twice a day) and started feeling really sleepy since the first couple of tablets. Didn't connect the medication with the ....
Hi am new to this but I have been wanting to post for a while, I have been on mirtazapine for some time now, I have had some good results with the mirtazapine now ....
Hello, need some advice, i was taking mirtazipine for 4 weeks 1 week of 15mg then halved to 7.5mg, because the side effects were awful dizzy, lethergic,on the upside ....
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Mirtazapine and/or pregabalin
I am in one of those med quandaries. Had major anxiety crisis earlier this year and , for reasons ....
I broke my wrist on 1st Feb and my body went into severe shock. I felt very ill and couldn't sleep. My doctor gave me Mitazapine to "calm things down". I took two ....
Starting today, I am taking Filnarine SR, I take this in two doses 30mg and 10mg, I was on Zomorph (and MST before that).
The reason for changing were 1- I found ....
Does anyone know if Mirtazapine causes peripheral neuropathy (numb fingers / toes)?
I've been taking 45mg for 3 years, with good results after the grotty first ....
Just wondered if anyone else has suffered weird side effects from this drug. I am on it for gastro-oesophageal reflux, which it has helped with considerably, but ....
I am looking for some advice;
I was prescribed Mefanamic acid for long, heavy and painful periods last year. After a few months I stopped taking them as symptoms ....
I've been on 30mg Mirtrazapine 6 months for depression, never felt it did much except weight gain. After discussion with GP am trying to change to Sertraline. Was ....
does anyone out there use the above medication with any better results than non prescribed medications.
Has anyone done this? I went onto Mirtazapine after my latest bout of depression, and to help me come off temazepam and cut down on my alcohol. I had been drinking ....
I thought the abscess was bad, until i started taking this antibiotic!
Despite the swollen face and constant throbbing pain, it's better then the side effects ....
I took this tablet for 14 days 91 tablet 3 times daily) after a few days I started to blink a lot, all it said on the leaflet regarding side effects were rash and ....
I took this tablet for 14 days (1 tablet 3 times daily) after a few days I started to blink a lot, all it said on the leaflet regarding side effects were rash and ....
Is it reasonable to take Metronidazole (400x14) and Amoxicillin (500x21) at the same time for a foot infection?
Or is there any special potential for interactions ....
I was wondering what techniques everyone uses to remember taking their medicines? I'm on quite a few and despite having a weekly box made up, still ....
i was given mefenamic acid by my doctor for painfull periods which have been causing me to pass out n.bed rest for.last 3 periods.
So my dovtor told me.to start ....
This is for any one worrying about starting mirtazipine. I took one last night ,I have put it off for two
Weeks as I was scared to take the drug.i had the best ....
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