Celexa 40mg

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so ive been on celexa for 2 year started the with 20 and if i got bad i highered the dose so ive been 40mg for 7 months and Ive been getting anxiety and migranes everday for 3 weeks...Since i started 40mg it was like the perfect dose until now.I dont understand how it works good for a year or so then it comes back and stays.Does it have anything to do with taking painkillers advil/aleve/tylenol does taht affect the way it works? what should i do? I get so depressed when it comes back cus im doing good then boom once i wake i can already tell its there

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    Hi Jess

    I know your pain I have been on citolpram for 6 month and I have constantly had problems on them. When I was on 40mg I felt like I was on a high all time so I went on to 30 which I would have temple headaches all the time and the give me insomnia. I think they are rubbish doing work for me if did was only for day or 2. I'm on 10mg now every other day and my doctor has give me amitriptyline 10mg to start next week. I hope you get things sorted cause the way mental health makes you feel is horrible.

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    40mg is the maximum dose and it might be that 40mg is too much for you - I know lots of people struggle with this dose and they end up with constant side effects which includes anxiety. I know you've taken that for 7 months but it could be now they've settled they may be the culprit of your migraines?

    Sometimes a small adjustment in the dose might do the trick?

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