cal rocket fuel des it work

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 have been on countless  AD. even tried ketamine . i have been on 275 venaflaxine for two tyears with paxil40mg. stoppd paxil fe months ago. just stopprd 10mg adderal today.started remeron 30mg last night. got up to pee like 4 times. i have had depression for 35yrs at least.but i mas always able to work.retired now and just dont feel like doing anything. have to force myself. my psych ays i have treatment resistant dep. does anyone think this might work.i was always able to work but my meds worked back then.

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    I was diagnosed with treatment resistant major depressive disorder in July 2015. I have taken 300 mg venlafaxine and 15 mg mirtazapine (California rocket fuel) since then. It works great for me. I hope it will work as well for you. Good luck.
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      how long did it take to kick in.just feel like sitting doing nothing which is a major problem for me.trying to get myself to be active.
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    Antidepressants can take a few weeks to reach their full effect. If you are noticing gradual improvement in your mood that is a good sign that they are helping. Just go for a walk or grocery shopping and as you feel better you may have more energy and want to do more. Good luck.
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      I HAVE TAKEN IT THREE NIGHTS AND I FIND I AM  GETTING UP MUCH LATER THAN USUSUAL. I DO NOT FEEL AS DEPRESSED BUT LACK OF MOTIVATION.AND TIRED..I WILL TRY WALKING AND DOING MORE.. I  APPRECIATE YOU TAKING THE TIME TO ANSWER ME.
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    I REALLY NOT SURE ABOUT DEPRESSION BEING ANY BETTER.BUT DEFINITILY  MORE TIRED I AM 7O YEARS OLD.. COULD THAT MEAN ANYTHING TOU THINK. HOW OLD ARE YOU.
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