45mg made me worse

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Im not sure if its just me but after 7 days on 45mg Mitazapine I feel more low that on 30mg, so much so I went to see GP. I am now moving across to venlafaxine anyone else had the same issue

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    I'm on venlafaxine after having bad time on prozac and citalopram, i found it a much easier drug to tolerate
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    Yes 45mg made me worse too and worsened side effects so backed down to 30mg and hoping to decrease further after checking with Doc, as side effects getting me down : (
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    Hi did you start on 15mg? How was it to start with?
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      Hi,

      It awas back last Nov, yes I think I did start with 15mg which seemed fine, however I did have diagnoses of chronic fatigue at that time and had lots of different things happening with my body at the time which were unexplainable..... Although now I believe it to be my body breaking down due to pressure, anxiety and depression (life).

      Unfortunately my body seems very sensitive to a lot of chemicals : (

      Everyone is so different and I know a lot of people have great success , so it's just a case of trying things and keep in close contact with your GP so they can oversee things.

      Good luck x

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    I started on 15mg months ago which was ok , as was 30 but felt my mood was dropping so saw gp and got 45mg. They may me suicidal....
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      I think it's different for us all, whilst I am pretty ill right now, and unhelped by the stress from a piece of work that is proving more costly to me, I slowly praying things work it will be my first day on venlafaxine today, I am likely to groggy as I have had to change from Mit very quick.
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    27.5 twice daily, will go up next if all is fine after I have seen my GP next week
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    Hi Time,

                  if u dont do well on 45 mg then its wise to go back to 30 mg.

    Mirtazapine 30 mg is a good daily therapeutic dose but it is a 2'nd or 3'rd line AD.

    Your doctor may take the right decision.

    best wishes,

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