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    Hi all could anybody tell me if this is normal and does it get any better with time? i started mirtazapine 4 weeks ago after stopping sertraline, i started on 15mg for five days slept and ate straight away which was part of my illness no appetite and could not sleep and then started on 30mg now back to waking 4.30 again!!! has anybody else had this and does it pass driving me down again. Thanks Anne

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    hi  anne the highter the dose the less seditive it is.. i am on sertraline 50mg and 15mg mirtz at night maybe u could try this x
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      Hi Julie i have just come off sertraline i lost 1st in 2weeks my body xcouldn't take it very bad side affects! how are you feeling now?
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      hi anne 50mg suit me started eating better now !! and the 15mg mirtz will help me sleep so far ok little flat today but its lifting had a hard weekend but im fine xx
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    Hi Anne. I’m on 45mg of mirtazapine, started with 15. It helped with sleep, depression, anger and it made me dreams. I haven’t remembered any dreams for years and now I dream every night! Just that made a difference. I also take zolpidem (ambien) when needed. I have epilepsy and recently had problems and my dr. increased the dosage of the 2 meds and made them ER’s (extended relief so I take 1 dosage a day instead of 3 spaced out). That has really messed things up, can’t hardly sleep even when I take both but I can fall down (haven’t yet, I’ve caught myself). Having a drug test next week and hope my seiz meds are too high so the mirt. works again.
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